The noun disdain means the feeling of not liking someone or something and thinking they do not deserve your interest or respect.

Synonyms are antipathy, arrogance, aversion, or contempt.

The word origins in the middle of the 14th century. It comes from desdeinen meaning “think unworthy or worthless, look upon with contempt”, from Old French desdeignier meaning “disdain, scorn, refuse, repudiate”. It comes from des- meaning “do the opposite of” plus deignier meaning “treat as worthy”, from Latin dignari meaning “to deem worthy or fit”, from dignus meaning “worthy”.

She is stuck between disdain and fury after looking at them.

I think her presence was no longer one of lofty disdain.

His disdain for our childishness is very obvious.