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overly convinced of one's own superiority and importance

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having or showing feelings of unwarranted importance out of overbearing pride

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By arrogantly asking newsmen to enquire from the army about the status of investigation into the killing of the youth, Omar Abdullah has not just abdicated responsibility but has insulted the chair he is occupying," PDP spokesman Nem Akhtar said.
tycoo e But disgraced Whyte arrogantly refused to answer any questions - then complained to other passengers that it was "completely outrageous" that we had dared approach him.
Our correspondence and even letters from our lawyer remain arrogantly unanswered.
On the condition of anonymity, one of the parliamentarians of ruling party informed ONLINE, that personal secretary of PM behaved arrogantly with both opposition and official MNAs, alike.
Regardless of how long we have been a part of any group, we should ask ourselves if we arrogantly believe that we are of more value than others, or if we humbly acknowledge that others have as much to offer as we do.
He arrogantly let me know that he doesn't even want to know what I have to say," Modric was quoted, as saying.
They added that non-commissioned police officers dealt with them arrogantly making some of them feel they were inferior.
Then there's said football player who has been having his cake and eating it for months - arrogantly presuming that he can get away with his infidelities because he's rich enough to pay a team of lawyers to hush them up.
Manuel Sanchez, a Commissioner from the Energy Department, arrogantly joked that huge sums have already been spent in research and pilot projects in Sweden and Italy, and cited a figure of EUR5.
These people arrogantly assume that those who didn't exercise their right to vote would have voted No.
PDSH is arrogantly throwing itself on Artan Grubi and diverted the attention from the real culprits.
Cameron has even arrogantly bypassed strict Civil Service rules which require him to advertise the posts before hiring his team of forelocktugging spinmeisters.
It has become absolutely clear that the problem was in the extremely inappropriate nomination of Jeleva aggressively and arrogantly imposed by the Prime Minister, and not in the "sabotage" by the Socialists that he claimed," the position of the leftists states.
It's hard to think of any other major sport or industry in which women are theoretically involved on an equal footing that would so unthinkingly and arrogantly fail to include the views and input of half the population.
15am my besotted son goes down and lets her in and she eats a huge breakfast, strolls arrogantly past him up the stairs, jumps on the bed which he has just vacated, then goes on her merry way.