Use of condescending in Sentences. 45 Examples

The examples include condescending at the start of sentence, condescending at the end of sentence and condescending in the middle of sentence

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condescending at the end of sentence


  1. They can be a bit condescending.
  2. I didn't mean to sound condescending.
  3. I didn't mean to sound condescending.
  4. Her tone of voice was always so condescending.
  5. Professor Hutter's manner is extremely condescending.
  6. I didn't like his tone of voice; I felt he was being condescending.
  7. I didn't like his tone of voice; I felt he was being condescending.

condescending in the middle of sentence


  1. He was condescending to the dancers.
  2. He was condescending to the dancers.
  3. Rick was used to the condescending tone.
  4. He has a condescending attitude towards women.
  5. He has a condescending attitude towards women.
  6. Instead they dispensed a condescending homily.
  7. I hate the way he's so condescending to his staff!
  8. She sashayed past, not condescending to look at us.
  9. His condescending attitude really gets my back up.
  10. His condescending attitude really gets my back up.
  11. She sashayed past, not condescending to look at us.
  12. He explains things without condescending to his audience.
  13. He explains things without condescending to his audience.
  14. Fourteen percent claim the men have a condescending attitude.
  15. Fourteen percent claim the men have a condescending attitude.
  16. I will apologize for my pretentious and condescending behavior.
  17. I will apologize for my pretentious and condescending behavior.
  18. I'm fed up with your money and your whole condescending attitude.
  19. I'm fed up with your money and your whole condescending attitude.
  20. He tends to adopt a condescending manner when talking to young women.
  21. He tends to adopt a condescending manner when talking to young women.
  22. Watts seems to have kept a copy of Maria Edgeworth's condescending letter.
  23. English reviewers tended to take a condescending view of American writers.
  24. 'Yes. I know,' Clara said, condescending to look at Rose for the first time.
  25. I patted the top of her head in the condescending way I knew irritated the hell out of her.
  26. He is never condescending, and his witty novel never feels like an outsider telling a story.
  27. Their attitude towards the masses was condescending, high-handed and ultimately dictatorial.
  28. Their attitude towards the masses was condescending, high-handed and ultimately dictatorial.
  29. She'd tell him a few home truths about his condescending, heartless, authoritarian attitude.
  30. She'd tell him a few home truths about his condescending, heartless, authoritarian attitude.
  31. The forelock-touching peasant is still around in print, and always good for a condescending laugh.
  32. The statement, sympathetic but faintly condescending, was suited to an era of comity already long past.
  33. The statement, sympathetic but faintly condescending, was suited to an era of comity already long past.
  34. It's a statement that tends to produce a condescending smile, but in any discussion it is usually a clincher.
  35. The Prince smirked and Gaveston turned, for the first time acknowledging their presence with a condescending sneer.
  36. The Prince smirked and Gaveston turned, for the first time acknowledging their presence with a condescending sneer.
  37. Pentecostals have endured more than their share of dismissive scholarship, condescending analysis, and popular disdain.
  38. Pentecostals have endured more than their share of dismissive scholarship, condescending analysis, and popular disdain.

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