adj.deserving of contempt or scorn
It is contemptible to cheAT AT cards.
There are men more contemptible than thieves. Such men are cowards, and for them Allah reserves his wrath!
He is contemptible FOR his meanness
I've very good mInd to shake you severely, for your contemptIble treachery, and your ImbecIle conceIt
It was a contemptible trick to tell lies and play on an old friend !
He played the part of contemptible scoundrel In the Incident.
The contemptible scoundrel MADE himself up and went on the stage once more.
Petty burglar, contemptible rebel
You are a contemptible worm!
being of the most contemptible kind.