haughtiness


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It will also help the party if the setback leads to a toning down of the haughtiness which has been its hallmark in the last few years.
During the audience, the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques underscored the importance of activating communication and dialogue among followers of all faith and different cultures, to bolster principles of tolerance and fight haughtiness and extremism, in order to bring about international security and peace.
The actress' vulnerability, mixed with a bit of feigned haughtiness and deadpan curiosity, tends to make her shine in her scenes.
The raising of the eyebrows to express an attitude of haughty disdain was evidently as well known in ancient times as it is now, inasmuch as Latin supercilium was also used figuratively to mean haughtiness and disdainful superiority.
There is a certain level of disrespect and haughtiness built into the investors' consensus.
We want to protect our country and confront the Israeli haughtiness in the event of any hostility against Lebanon," he corroborated, refusing to reveal the types of weaponry the Resistance owns.
In the end, it just feels like a 'look at me and how many high-ranking friends I have' act of haughtiness.
The only trace of haughtiness comes from Ms Blom, the resident cat, who refused every attempt to make friends - from the promise of flattering exposure in a national newspaper to smoked salmon purloined from the breakfast buffet.
Model-turned-actress Du fares better, exuding haughtiness and flamingo-like grace, and registering strongly as a self-possessed, articulate woman rather than the goddess of Xu's daydreams.
Meantime, Member of the MQM Coordination Committee Mustafa Azizabadi said if the PPP leaders could teach the young chairman of their party to respect elders, they would not have to face this embarrassment a[euro]oebecause of his haughtiness and insolencea[euro].
For her provocative, Thatcherlike haughtiness alone, it's Edwina - who once said northerners are dying of ignorance and chips - who deserves to face the boot.
Karamanly also asserted that there was not one example in historical records, commentaries on the Quran or the collections of hadith that ever revealed a sense of pride or haughtiness in his life.
If you were to rip open his heart, you would find it as it is: full of pride, haughtiness, arrogance, envy and hatred.
It is high time we put an end to stupidity, profanity, haughtiness and cowardice.