"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," said Miss Hernshaw, haughtily.
"You'll have to ask him if you want to find out," said Ellis haughtily.
"No, he had no claim whatever upon me," replied Mr. Dunbar, haughtily.
"The escort was sent for my safety," said the Count, haughtily.
Then haughtily he demanded to know in his turn the name of their aggressor.