1. The happy anticipation of being able to feel contempt.
2. Eagerly awaiting moments of haughtiness.
Thomas Harris’ Hannibal, page 62.
Margot Verger paused outside the doors. She looked at Starling with her glittery, irritated gaze.
“Some people have trouble talking with Mason,” she said. “If it bothers you, or you can’t take it, I can fill you in later on whatever you forget to ask him.”
There is a common emotion we all recognize and have not yet named – the happy anticipation of being able to feel contempt. Starling saw it in Margot Verger’s face.
All Starling said was “Thank you.”
To be used in a sentence, that would be "In her eager expectation of feeling superiority, Margot Verger felt anticitemption."