Harriet was "tony" because she walked with her elbows in and her head up.
I can never hold my head up again—I can't bear the disgrace.
He held his head up, and looked at Cornish with a steady glance.
You ought to let people see you're still holding your head up because you ARE.
He had ceased from his growling and stood, head up, looking into their faces.
The Archdeacon was there with his head up, talking loudly to Lady Robert.
Seth jerked his victim's head up and down, by way of illustration.
And with that bolstering thought he brought his head up sharply.
He saw the man jerk his head up, fling his arms forward, and drop the kriss.
Miss Haldin walked by my side, her head up in scornful and angry silence.