I can't think of any really common ones. Showing disdain for someone is to really disregard them. Ignore them. Disrespect them. I have disdain for you- I don't care about you. If you google disdain, you get... http://wordpandit.com/disdain/disdain/
Shakespeare: "My dear Lady Disdain! Are you yet living!?!" -Benedick to Beatrice, Much Ado about Nothing.
He's making fun of her by saying she always criticizes everyone and everything. Like it is her title or name. "Are you yet living?" means, "You're still alive? You're still here? Ha!"
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