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having or showing arrogant superiority to and disdain of those one views as unworthy

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LL had been introduced to Rushes Mole three times-and, on every occasion, the forgetful celeb acted haughtily clueless.
com/news/dictionary-expert-bigly-is-actually-933072) confirmed to the The Hollywood Reporter that the term bigly 6 which originated around 1400 6 has two meanings: The first definition means "with great force or violent or strongly" while the second definition refers to "boastfully, haughtily or proudly.
When captive King Porus (Pauravas) was brought before him in chains, Alexander haughtily asked Porus how he would like to be treated.
And that was me once upon a time, haughtily huffing my way past obstructive staff and shoulder-barging through a heaving sea of dawdling tourists at Bond Street station to jump on my train before the doors slid shut.
Armitage later admitted haughtily waving at the Clermont fly-half was "stupid", but in December 2014 he was banned for 12 weeks for abusing Leicester fans following another of Toulon's European encounters.
Journalists were haughtily proclaiming Rowett would be at Craven Cottage by noon.
I can do anything," he haughtily tells the AIB guys, who want to work with him.
All was progressing nicely until one of my colleagues interjected and, rather haughtily, said: "Excuse me Gareth, but am I right in thinking you've used the word 'allayed' in its correct context?
He haughtily regards his mother with contempt, and only sees her tacky sweaters and kitsch decorations.
Synopsis: Teenager Hubert haughtily regards his mother with contempt, and only sees her tacky sweaters and kitsch decorations.
Of course Pm ready," Hurley tells an aide haughtily as the show opens.
He haughtily flees from her house and only later realises his big mistake when her sparkly slipper is about to be destroyed.
On Bastille Day we recall the legend of French Queen Marie Antoinette: When she was told that the French people were angry because they had no bread to eat, she said haughtily, "Then let them eat cake.
But such things occur not to our political grandees, swaggering on the political landscape so haughtily.
When we finally did this and suggested to the receptionist that it was unusual for a relatively expensive four-star hotel not to have a bellboy, she rather haughtily suggested that she should call the duty manager to carry our bags.