And, Guy, I am sorry that I sneered at you to-night; I hardly meant it when I said it.
"Guy Livingstone;" by George A. Lawrence
I find myself unconsciously sneering at young men who are accomplishing things.
"The Young Man and the World" by Albert J. Beveridge
Of those three, the Princess's wore a tolerant smile; Lotzen's a frown; but Courtney's was set in almost a sneer.
"The Colonel of the Red Huzzars" by John Reed Scott
There were red glints in his eyes and a sneer curled his heavy lips.
"The Riddle of the Frozen Flame" by Mary E. Hanshew
The aristocratic classes sneered at his oratorios and complained at his innovations.
"The Great German Composers" by George T. Ferris
Showing us with a covert sneer all the good things that we cannot afford.
"Certain Personal Matters" by H. G. Wells
Sneering at the private affairs of others has long ago been banished from the conversation of well-mannered people.
"Our Deportment" by John H. Young
For he could have sneered at this, and after suitable discipline forgiven its writer more or less.
"None Other Gods" by Robert Hugh Benson
Black Dennis Nolan looked them over with fury in his eyes and a sneer on his lips.
"The Harbor Master" by Theodore Goodridge Roberts
People sneered when they spoke of her.
"Bella Donna" by Robert Hichens
Barriers and heart both broken—dust
Beneath her feet.
You've passed her forty times and sneered
Out in the street.
"To A Cabaret Dancer" by Djuna Barnes
Yet the torrent speeds,
And never heeds
The statues' smiles or sneers;
They come and go,
But the water's flow
Has lasted a thousand years.
"The Cascade" by John Lawson Stoddard
Fearless foes, beyond the ocean!
Little we heed your threat'ning sneers;
Little will they — our children's children —
When you are gone a thousand years.
"Song of a Thousand Years" by Henry Clay Work
Let the scornful sons of earth deride--
Oh, what to us is the sneer of pride?
The wings of thought to our souls are given,
And they bear us aloft to highest heaven.
"The Sons Of Song" by Peter John Allan
"I'll wager a dinner," the other one cried,
"That Mary would venture there now."
"Then wager and lose!" with a sneer he replied,
"I'll warrant she'd fancy a ghost by her side,
"And faint if she saw a white cow."
"Mary - A Ballad" by Robert Southey
Thus speak we and think not, we censure unheeding, unknowing,–
Unkindly and blindly we utter the words of the brain;
We see not the goal of our brother, we see but his going,
And sneer at his fall if he fall, and laugh at his pain.
"The Way Of The World" by George Frederick Cameron
The Post columnist has been doing her sneering best to try to pump some racial tension into the trial of three cops accused of murdering Sean Bell.
INTERVIEWS Hear Public Image Ltd.'s Sneering ' Lollipop Opera'.
UPTOWN CHARLOTTE — He's one young Obama hater in a sea of Obama lovers at the Democratic National Convention, and he seems to enjoy every sneer he gets.
Sneer at the dragon.
Cynics can sneer , but K's move right.
A Sneer , a Tear, a Comeback.
While we were sneering , China was seizing "clean coal.".
They champion some typefaces and sneer at others.
Perhaps a sneering silence is Chief Wahoo 's crown, but if he could talk, what would he say.
Deadpan Decadence, With a Sneer of Disgust .
Benjamin Brin is one of ultimate Frisbee 's main advocates, a lawyer who sneers at the idiocy and win-at-all-costs approach to the major sports.
Oh, they sneered and giggled in the Big Media when Mike Huckabee picked up the endorsement of bass fishing and deer hunting legend Ray Scott last week.
Sneers just disappear in four-door sedans.
Thanks to the success of Marley & Me (and despite critics' sneers), it seems the dog-memoir genre is here to stay.
TLC 's 'Honey Boo Boo' sneers at sterotypes.