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Her voice all transatlantic arrogance, vodka delusion, and charming ignorance.
There’s some arrogance in thinking we can define what progress looks like for someone else.
Critics were quick to attack Goldenfeld and Maslov, accusing them of arrogance and failing to stay in their lane — “a consensus was very hard to beat, even when the people who are recognized experts chimed in in our defense,” Maslov said.
It has manifested over the past four years as a battleground of arrogance against science and entitlement over everything else.
It is this outsider status or perhaps a certain strain of arrogance that explains his insistence on pushing forward with the project where others may have balked.
His whilom arrogance was all fallen from him; he wore instead an air of extreme contrition.
ST. MARTIN'S SUMMERRAFAEL SABATINI
The ignorance of these ladies, their pride, their arrogance, excited in Jane's mind deep contempt.
His cronies at the Pandemonium accused him of assuming an air of habitual arrogance.
It is arrogance to think of launching out to serve the whole of India when I am hardly able to serve even my own family.
It came to Lowell in a flash that Bill's arrogance sprang from something deeper than mere conceit or drunkenness.
MYSTERY RANCHARTHUR CHAPMAN

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