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- In a condescending manner.
- 1974, John Boorman, Zardoz, London: Pan Books, page 10:
- He wore his strange and colourful clothes as if for inspection by a lesser being: condescendingly, casually.
- 1994, Jim Ranie, Jargodin: The Moonlighter, Brisbane: Jim Ranie, page 83:
- "What seems to be the trouble my child? Ah, the pains of youth," he nodded condescendingly.