high-handed[ hahy-han-did ]SEE DEFINITION OF high-handed
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HIGH-HANDED
But I'm damned if I understand this high-handed attitude of yours!
She had thought only of herself in dismissing him in that high-handed manner.
It was high-handed rascality, but I cannot connect it with Woodford.
Dulcie was sulking, however, at Leslie's high-handed manner.
Ever since Eleanor's high-handed departure she had been undergoing a metamorphosis.
But of course we cannot all expect to deal with life on this high-handed scale.
What do you mean by this high-handed outrage, Captain Lloyd?
Case after case of high-handed dealing was reported to these officers.
She shall not die if any high-handed outrage that I can commit will prevent it.
What is the meaning of this high-handed proceeding, Count Icanovich?