Definition of beneath contempt in English:

beneath contempt

Utterly worthless or despicable.
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  • But he's unworthy of mention; beneath contempt.
  • He said: ‘Stealing from a dying woman is beneath contempt.’
  • Any journalist, politician, general, writer, political operative or other so called public intellectual who can cling to such a statement is, equally, beneath contempt.
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