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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 spending the pocket money while visiting to the NTS Office Rahat Abad in hot weather most of the students were leaving the office without being served by the staff and rather treated arrogantly.
They claimed he had ignored requests for a public meeting or for direct talks, with Conservative Gordon MP Colin Clark accusing Mr Matheson of "arrogantly" dismissing the views of the community.
Since the referendum it is the Remainers who have arrogantly assumed the superiority of their viewpoint, as Mr Jones has done; and who are determined to reverse the democratic result of the 2016 referendum.
In a nutshell, the anti-encroachment drive is only meant for the poor while the rich are arrogantly waxing their moustaches.
But incarcerating a drugs lord who arrogantly believed he was above the law is justice we'll all welcome.
A judge in the US capital ordered the White House to give him back the Press pass Trump so arrogantly took away.
Mike Bartlett's play "Love, Love, Love," now playing at the Laura Pels Theater, takes an amused (and slightly horrified) look at the boomer generation as it arrogantly positions itself at the center of the universe from the 1960s to the present day.
While you are terrified to the bones how far will the usurpers of power go, scopes that the normal man cannot even imagine but wonder if it is possible to brutally breach the laws and arrogantly abuse power and go unpunished for it?
PRESIDENTIAL candidate Rodrigo Duterte admits arrogantly to his blatant disrespect for women-as creatures to be used (abused?), not as men's coequal partners in life.
Humans are the ones who are out of step and arrogantly consider they are masters of the planet, and that all other species must die to make way for uncontrolled human reproduction.
PLAID Cymru would be prepared to vote down a Labour Budget that imposed cuts on the poorest in society, party leader Leanne Wood has stated as she accused Ed Miliband of "arrogantly" rejecting their offer of help to form an "alternative Government".
Silvester was suspended by his party after claiming the country had been "beset by storms" since the passage of the new law on gay marriage because David Cameron had acted "arrogantly against the Gospel".
David Silvester claimed the country had been "beset by storms" since the passage of the new law on gay marriage because David Cameron had acted "arrogantly against the Gospel".
" 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.
Our correspondence and even letters from our lawyer remain arrogantly unanswered.