imperiousness

[ im-peer-ee-uhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF imperiousness

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IMPERIOUSNESS

There was an imperiousness in the lawyer's tone which was almost irresistible.

A life of indolence and luxury had bred a certain air of imperiousness in her.

And her eyes searched his with a certain boldness and imperiousness of gaze.

I may, perhaps, be producing an unfair impression of imperiousness and insolence.

By the imperiousness of her gesture and her uplifted head she swept them out before her.

But that sense of imperiousness was quickly dispelled by the enchantment of her presence.

And she seized Raphael's arm in the imperiousness of her passion.

She was paying the penalty of her own wilfulness and her own imperiousness.

The note of imperiousness in her tone was pleasantly reminiscent.

"I must stand," said Cynthia, with a touch of imperiousness.

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