haughty

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Synonyms for haughty

Synonyms for haughty

Synonyms for haughty

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

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I will attend to that myself, Cousin Elizabeth,” observed Richard, somewhat haughtily.
He informed her haughtily that though he had given the prince his permanent address when the latter left town, and had offered his services, the prince had never before given him any commission to perform, nor had he written until the following lines arrived, with Aglaya's letter.
But I am a princess," cried the girl haughtily, "and my country is not at war with yours.
You're a very silly little boy, Davy," said Anne, stalking haughtily out of the room.
It was hardly possible to look at the gentleman's gentleman, so very haughtily did he stand in the doorway.
If you like, I'll make acquaintance with Madame Stahl; I used to know her belle-seur," added the princess, lifting her head haughtily.
She rose at once to her feet, and swept her cloak haughtily around her.
Yes,' replied Mr Tappertit haughtily, descending as he spoke, 'who should it be?
See,' said Mr Tappertit haughtily, 'that it's something strong, and comes quick; and so long as you take care of that, you may bring it from the devil's cellar, if you like.
We were peeping at the circus,' muttered Louisa, haughtily, without lifting up her eyes, 'and father caught us.
Miss Dorrit not only haughtily moved through it in her own proper person, but haughtily, even Ostentatiously, led Mr Sparkler through it too: seeming to say to them all, 'If I think proper to march among you in triumphal procession attended by this weak captive in bonds, rather than a stronger one, that is my business.
Perhaps still smarting at those fix allegations, Craig decided to haughtily announce that it was the public's fault that Helen George was in the bottom two - not the judges'.
Revel Perhaps still smarting at those fix allegations, Craig decided to haughtily announce that it was the public's and not the judges' fault that Helen George was in the bottom two.
The scene in which Simran haughtily declares that she won't share a room with a man when stuck in Switzerland with Raj and storms off to a barn with no heating is a bit overdramatic.
I can do anything," he haughtily tells the AIB guys, who want to work with him.