haughtiness

[ haw-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF haughtiness

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The haughtiness of others can never make us angry, if we ourselves are humble.

"He took me in," she began, almost apologetically to Rosa, who surveyed her with some haughtiness.

"I do not understand you," said Mr. Morris, with some haughtiness.

I will not fear the strength of thy shoulders, and the haughtiness of thy crest.

"Certainly," said Geoff, but not without a slight touch of haughtiness.

There is a tinge of haughtiness in her manner as she interrupts him.

Then he suddenly stiffened, and put on an expression of haughtiness.

"I do not choose to have it so," replied Mercedes, with all the haughtiness of her father.

I was afraid of her haughtiness humiliating me, and perhaps I was wrong.

She did not speak, but I saw the flaming of her eyes—the haughtiness of her gesture.

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