arrogant[ ar-uh-guhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF arrogant
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He has not half the arrogant bravery of the other, and can better hide his horns; that's all.
"That there's where I stand," he stated, with arrogant self-assurance.
"I care naught for others," he broke in, with harsh and arrogant contempt.
You are too arrogant, Madonna, when you presume to judge what pleases God.
His kind is too arrogant, too self-confident to have recourse to untruth.
He is arrogant and overbearing, and, at the same time, shallow and foolish.
Am I crazy, am I arrogant, to feel as I do about my darling dwarf children?
There he was, strolling toward the Harbour Office with his stiff, arrogant dignity.
He would show the arrogant London youth what a Virginia boy dared do!
Especially in dealing with people who themselves are arrogant when they dare.