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“But this is not a case of attending a patient, Baron,” said David Arden, a little haughtily.
CHECKMATEJOSEPH SHERIDAN LE FANU
He turned to Miller, and said haughtily in his imperfect English, “Did you see the cheat, you?”
The host hastily poured whiskey-and-soda lest he should look haughtily expectant.
ANCESTORSGERTRUDE ATHERTON
He drew himself up rather haughtily in reply to one question, and glanced uneasily at the girl.
THE AMAZING INTERLUDEMARY ROBERTS RINEHART
The same amount of pride which makes a man treat haughtily his inferiors, makes him cringe servilely to those above him.
The Spaniard had drawn himself up haughtily; there was fire in his eye, half a threat in his voice.
GOD WILLS IT!WILLIAM STEARNS DAVIS
Then the old gardener came, and of course I walked away, very haughtily, as became a daughter of the house.
They had expected, as freshmen, to be quite haughtily ignored by the seniors and juniors.
RUTH FIELDING AT COLLEGEALICE B. EMERSON
When offered, it was haughtily declined under the applause of Bismarck and his friends.
The young officer looked haughtily at the nearest peons and demanded in Spanish, "Do you know me?"
THE FLAMING MOUNTAINHAROLD LELAND GOODWIN

WORDS RELATED TO HAUGHTILY

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machinateverb (used with or without object) | [mak-uh-neyt ]SEE DEFINITION