haughty[ haw-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF haughty
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HAUGHTY
"I crave pardon," interrupted Aspasia, with haughty impatience.
Notwithstanding her haughty air, she was said to be very good and kind.
The haughty droop of the eyes was focussed now upon the Assistant Commissioner.
The haughty smile was yet on his lip when the door opened and the prince entered.
"Which is as much as to say that I took it," burst from haughty Roland.
To bring it from its haughty, rebellious pedestal, down to cordiality and love.
And what a solemn desert it was, full of the silence of haughty desolation.
They are not nearly so haughty as I had imagined them to be.
With a haughty face, but pale and trembling too, Emma regarded him in silence.
Wilkes' Spirit of the Times is unrelenting in its haughty independence.