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dismissive
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dismissive
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Advanced English Dictionary
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~ (of sb/sth) showing that you do not believe a person or thing to be important or worth considering: a dismissive gesture / tone + She was always dismissive of other women in the office.
dismissively adverb: to shrug / wave dismissively
Collocation Dictionary
adj

VERBS

be, seem, sound

ADV.

very | completely, entirely | mildly, rather, slightly, somewhat | coldly
Her manner was coldly dismissive.

PREP.

of
She was very dismissive of his achievements.


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