scorn (v.) 1
mock, jeer, express disdain [at]
CE IV.iv.73 [Dromio of Ephesus to Antipholus of Ephesus] The kitchen vestal scorned you
Cor II.iii.221 [Sicinius to Citizens, of Coriolanus] How in his suit he scorned you
KJ I.i.228 [Lady Faulconbridge to Bastard] Why scornest thou at Sir Robert?
LLL IV.iii.145 [King to Dumaine, of Berowne] How will he scorn, how will he spend his wit?
MV III.i.51 [Shylock to Solanio and Salerio, of Antonio] He hath ... scorned my nation
Per II.iv.12 [Helicanus to Escanes, of Antiochus and his daughter] they so stunk / That all those eyes adored them ere their fall / Scorn now their hand should give them burial
RJ I.v.57 [Tybalt to himself, of Romeo] dares the slave / Come hither ... / To fleer and scorn at our solemnity?