Difference Between contemptible and ContemptuousContemptible is that which is deserving of scorn; despicable: “Due to his contemptible actions at the event last year, we did not invite Ram Lal this year.”

Contemptuous means being full of contempt; scornful, disdainful of someone or something: “Samantha’s tone of voice was contemptuous, dripping with unkindness and scorn.”

I think it is contemptible of anyone who would make suchcontemptuous remarks about this fine actor.