Familiarity breeds contempt
This page is about the saying "Familiarity breeds contempt"
When we know someone or something very well, we lose respect for them or it.
familiarity (noun) = close knowledge of someone or something | breed (verb) = cause (something) to happen over time | contempt (noun) = a feeling that someone or something is not worth our respect
The saying "familiarity breeds contempt" suggests that we have less regard for people or things that
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Contributor: Josef Essberger