Synonyms for arrogantly
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ARROGANTLY
He had told her then, arrogantly, that she'd need him some day.
He rose from the table, bowing grandly, superbly, arrogantly.
By the tenth year of his freedom he was arrogantly out of debt.
When the latter so arrogantly assumed the command, Hiens became very restive, and was waiting for an opportunity to dethrone him.
"It wouldn't 'ave happened if I'd been there," he observed, arrogantly.
I too have a soul of my own, arrogantly upright, and to that I will listen and conform.'
And so he arrogantly says that Canada and Nova Scotia are not worth colonising.
The trouble was that the South had been moving with too much energy and too arrogantly.
How arrogantly, like a beloved child, Callista had captured her life!
He was petty, too, and narrow, and arrogantly sure of his own small measures.
late 14c., from Old French arrogant (14c.), from Latin arrogantem (nominative arrogans) "assuming, overbearing, insolent," present participle of arrogare (see arrogance). Related: Arrogantly.