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  • r  in a lofty manner
    she bore herself loftily

  • Out of a thorough steeping in Hawthorne's Notebooks and in his journalistic work, which James and many others have loftily disregarded or deplored, and in family records and .
  • After breaking off diplomatic relations with the Portuguese in 1955, Nehru declared loftily: "History will remove them.
  • Hitherto Congress has loftily insisted that the separatist talk is merely a threat which would not be strongly supported among India's great 80,000,000 Moslem minority.

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