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Englisch-Deutsch Übersetzungen für das Wort: sneer

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Spott {m}Maskulinum (der) sneer
höhnisches Lächeln {n}Neutrum (das) sneer
spöttisches Lächeln {n}Neutrum (das) sneer
höhnisches Grinsen {n}Neutrum (das) sneer
spöttisches Grinsen {n}Neutrum (das) sneer
höhnische Bemerkung {f}Femininum (die) sneer
spöttische Bemerkung {f}Femininum (die) sneer
spöttische Äußerung {f}Femininum (die) sneer
höhnische Äußerung {f}Femininum (die) sneer
höhnische Äusserung {f}Femininum (die) [schweiz. Orthogr.] sneer
spöttische Äusserung {f}Femininum (die) [schweiz. Orthogr.] sneer
Hohn {m}Maskulinum (der) sneer
höhnische Grimasse {f}Femininum (die) sneer
Hohngelächter {n}Neutrum (das) sneer


Our visitor had recovered something of his assurance while Holmes had been talking, and he rose from his chair now with a cold sneer upon his pale face.
he continued, flushing up at the sight of the bitter sneer upon the man’s face, “it is not part of my duties to my client, but here’s a hunting crop handy, and I think I shall just treat myself to—” He took two swift steps to the whip, but before he could grasp it there was a wild clatter of steps upon the stairs, the heavy hall door banged, and from the window we could see Mr. James Windibank running at the top of his speed down the road.
Gone, too, was the horrid scar which had seamed it across, and the twisted lip which had given the repulsive sneer to the face!
Lynch, his jockeycap low on his brow, attends him, a sneer of discontent wrinkling his face.)
A chance phrase that he had heard at the theatre, a whispered sneer that had reached his ears one night as he waited at the stage-door, had set loose a train of horrible thoughts.
Don't sneer at it, Harry, any more—at least not before me.
We became particularly hot upon some boorish sneer of Drummle’s, to the effect that we were too free with our money.
“Come on, Tink,” he cried, with a frightful sneer at the laws of nature; “we don’t want any silly mothers;” and he flew away.
Describing the habits and vices of the lover as disagreeable and censurable, with the sneer of the lip, and the stamp of the foot.
“Yes, so, sir,” I rejoined: “and yet not so; for you are a married man—or as good as a married man, and wed to one inferior to you—to one with whom you have no sympathy—whom I do not believe you truly love; for I have seen and heard you sneer at her.

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