hauteur

[ hoh-tur; French oh-tœr ]SEE DEFINITION OF hauteur

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He joyed to observe that these men of incredible millions had no hauteur.

“If you choose to suspect evil, of course you can,” she answered with hauteur.

There was a touch of hauteur in his tone when he replied, "Do you suggest that I am hiding him?"

Her eyes met his in a quick surprise that was on the verge of hauteur.

"So much the better," said Mrs. Millar, again with a suspicion of hauteur in her voice.

"I do not speak of myself," said he, with an embarrassment mingled with hauteur.

Hiram had bought her about $1800 worth of Hauteur at the select Institution of Learning.

There was just a touch of hauteur as he said: "We'll see 'Hot Seat'."

It was obviously not without reason that Sophia had complained of his hauteur.

He was also accused of hauteur and of an unsoldierly reserve with his brother officers.

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