haughtily : Definition, Usages, News and More
- r in a haughty manner
he peered haughtily down his nose
- But lest we look down too haughtily on NRWAT providers from the moral high ground of real medicine, we must admit that their patients come back again and again, seemingly happy .
- Manolete haughtily says the dispute will be settled "before the bull, not behind the desk.
- Although personal money often isn't enough--ask Steve Forbes--it was in this case, partly because Florio was still widely unpopular for having haughtily raised taxes in 1990.
News & Articles
- Predictable race card disappoints
I was disappointed, but not surprised by Mr. Lowry’s “response” to my recent letter. Instead of discussing the issues, Mr. Lowry took the low road and inappropriately played the race card. Fortunately, I heard from several members of the black community who agreed with me that the actions of the NAACP were not only hypocritical, but divisive. Mr. Lowry, you may haughtily think you “won,” but if ...
Sept. 17, 2013 - The Fayette Citizen