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  • s  having or showing arrogant superiority to and disdain of those one views as unworthy
    haughty aristocrats

  • Or maybe that touch of Austrian sentimentality that he never quite eradicated from his haughty, cultivated personality.
  • Then came Wright's fiery April 28 speech and haughty question-and-answer session at the National Press Club, in Washington.
  • Said smart, fat girl, otherwise known as Andrea Sachs (Anne Hathaway), is, naturally, present to hear this rumination on the hiring practices of the haughty editor of the haute .
News & Articles

  • The City Of Paris Is Trying To Convince Locals To Be Nicer To Tourists
    Parisians are stereotypically known for their elegant clothing, their chicness—and their haughty attitudes. True or not, the perception exists, which deters many tourists from visiting the French capital. (Though Paris still sees about 29 million tourists every year.)
    June 20, 2013 - Business Insider

  • Matt Frei in International Herald Tribune
    We are British,Frei said, "and people have this impression of the British as being a bit stuffy, a bit haughty. We have to be aware of that. I personally don't think if you watch a BBC newscast now that you will feel you're being talked...
  • Inzamam ul-Haq in Cricket365.com
    In response to further claims by the PCB calling his attitude "haughty and that of a dictator", Inzi told the Urdu Daily Jang: "I was blamed for being very lenient during my whole captaincy career and now I am turned into a dictator. That...
  • Ijaz Butt in ABC Online
    Inzamam's attitude was haughty and that of a dictator and more than one incident proved that,Ijaz Butt, head of the committee, said after a month-long inquiry that took statements from players, former players and officials. "Inzamam should...

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