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"Your apology is more than sufficient, monsieur," in her haughtiest tones.
The haughtiest dame cannot keep her countenance in the face of this playful spirit toying with her frills.
UNVEILING A PARALLELALICE ILGENFRITZ JONES AND ELLA MARCHANT
The haughtiest of the great do sometimes pick up such acquaintances as Colonel Crop, and they cannot easily get rid of them.
Our haughtiest nobility—the proudest duke in the land—knows well what his alliance with a plebeian order has done for him.
SIR JASPER CAREWCHARLES JAMES LEVER
They are aristocrats of intellect and conscience,—the noblest aristocracy, but also the haughtiest and most exclusive.
As early as 1670 Lederer described the Tuscarora “emperor” as the haughtiest Indian he had ever met.
Her literature is full of expressions of that intention, set forth in the boldest and haughtiest and most uncompromising manner.
He stepped into an elevator chauffeured by a West Indian of the haughtiest blood.
So the Bishop departed, and did the curse in the haughtiest wise that might be done.
The meeting was unexpected, and, conscious of a sudden rush of blood to her cheeks, she bestowed upon him her haughtiest bow.

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