Disdained Quotes

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Disdained Quotes By Aleida Guevara March: There is nothing lonelier than adventure. There is nothing lonelier than adventure. — Aleida Guevara March
Disdained Quotes By Carolyn Kizer: A poet, to whom no one cruel and A poet, to whom no one cruel and imposing listens, / Disdained by senates, whispers to your dust, — Carolyn Kizer
Disdained Quotes By Nicolas Gomez Davila: The reactionary's objection is not discussed; it is The reactionary's objection is not discussed; it is disdained. — Nicolas Gomez Davila
Disdained Quotes By Nancy Gibbs: As a candidate, Obama disdained the game of As a candidate, Obama disdained the game of politics, a self-conscious contrast to all the tireless political athletes named Clinton. — Nancy Gibbs
Disdained Quotes By Madonna Ciccone: I think everybody has a bisexual nature. That's I think everybody has a bisexual nature. That's my theory. I could be wrong. — Madonna Ciccone
Disdained Quotes By Will Ferrell: I would love to work with Bill Murray. I would love to work with Bill Murray. I've always been such a big fan. I think he's obviously a great comedic actor but a really interesting actor. — Will Ferrell
Disdained Quotes By Sebastian Horsley: If I want to dislike women, I should If I want to dislike women, I should be allowed to. As it happens, I love them. Women to me are privately worshipped and publicly disdained. — Sebastian Horsley
Disdained Quotes By John Milton: Lifted up so high I disdained subjection, and Lifted up so high I disdained subjection, and thought one step higher would set me highest. — John Milton
Disdained Quotes By Rudolf Arnheim: The arts are neglected because they are based The arts are neglected because they are based on perception, and perception is disdained because it is not assumed to involve thought. — Rudolf Arnheim
Disdained Quotes By Carolina DeBartolo: A plain circular bullet is widely disdained for A plain circular bullet is widely disdained for its banality. — Carolina DeBartolo
Disdained Quotes By Epictetus: Never say of anything I have lost it, Never say of anything I have lost it, only say that I have given it back. — Epictetus
Disdained Quotes By Adolf Hitler: The day of individual happiness has passed. The day of individual happiness has passed. — Adolf Hitler
Disdained Quotes By Stephen King: It was as if the body disdained memory It was as if the body disdained memory ... or refused the responsibility of it. — Stephen King
Disdained Quotes By Agatha Christie: The whole thing was like a nine-month ocean The whole thing was like a nine-month ocean voyage to which you never got acclimatized. — Agatha Christie
Disdained Quotes By Birgitte Hjort Sorensen: In film or TV work, you can have In film or TV work, you can have this amazingly dramatic pause, and they'll just edit it out. — Birgitte Hjort Sorensen
Disdained Quotes By Sergei Lukyanenko: Because love is also a power. A great Because love is also a power. A great power, and it should not be disdained. — Sergei Lukyanenko
Disdained Quotes By Napoleon Bonaparte: Whatever shall we do in that remote spot? Whatever shall we do in that remote spot? Well, we will write our memoirs. Work is the scythe of time. — Napoleon Bonaparte
Disdained Quotes By Peter Saunders: The intelligentsia has disdained commerce throughout Western history. The intelligentsia has disdained commerce throughout Western history. — Peter Saunders
Disdained Quotes By Percy Bysshe Shelley: One word is too often profaned For me One word is too often profaned For me to profane it, One feeling too falsely disdained For thee to disdain it. — Percy Bysshe Shelley
Disdained Quotes By Robin Hobb: They regarded our passage not at all, and They regarded our passage not at all, and by the afternoon I felt no more significant than an ant. I had never thought to be disdained by a tree. — Robin Hobb
Disdained Quotes By Laurell K. Hamilton: I'd made sure I knew his name. You I'd made sure I knew his name. You shouldn't ask people to die for you if you don't at least know their name. — Laurell K. Hamilton