"Call me Mr. Davis, if you please," said Halbert, haughtily.
Mary raised her head, haughtily, with a gesture of high disdain.
"I was not speaking," said Miss Whitmore, haughtily, in futile denial.
Not haughtily—not even condescendingly—just as a matter of course.
"You will do about that as you think proper," said Lady Delacour haughtily.
"I don't wish, to know anything," ...