A common idiom with the word scorn: "Hell hath no fury like a woman scorn'd."
I can write a sentence using the word scorn!
The scorn he had for his father was the reason he ran away.
Here is a sentence with the word scornful, "Everyone was scornful of the government laxity to manage crime rates." This means showing contempt.
She looked on with an expression of scorn and disdain.
he scorned her from the table.
The teacher was to scorn the student for what he had done wrong.
When you think of someone who you don't like you sometimes feel scorn.
The word 'scorn' is both a verb and a noun.The noun 'scorn' is a word for a feeling that someone or something is worthless or despicable; a word for an object of contempt; a word for a thing.
The baby-talk word kerfuffle is to be avoided except when heaping scorn upon it. Use a real word.
I believe you are thinking of the word scorn. The definition of the word scorn means to make a mockery.
The word contemptuosly means with contempt, scorn, disdain etc. A sentence with the word would be The people of the nation looked contemptuously at their leader who decieved the entire nation and destroyed its wealth.
There is no English word scron. The closest word to it is scorn. Scorn means to feel or express contempt.