below contempt

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To ridicule men seeking help for this type of condition is below contempt and is below this great party.
How, then, can players like Troy Polamalu (the most liked player, according to the poll) and Charles Woodson be considered most popular when they're held below contempt by 31/32 of the sample size?
His cynicism was without pity, his utterances without merit and that's why he's below contempt.
Engaging in a fight indicates some respect for a foe, while turning one's back indicates an adversary below contempt.
Some officials are now stooping below contempt to embarrass our nation before the world, all with the obsessive and reckless intent to bring our president to his knees.
He looked at me with one of those below contempt expressions and asked with utter disgust: "What the hell's the difference?