superciliousness

[ soo-per-sil-ee-uhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF superciliousness
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She looked at him with a superciliousness not natural to her.

Then his superciliousness would, if not vanish, at least subside.

There was no ostentation or superciliousness about Mrs. Washington.

I acknowledged that if any superciliousness existed in Mizora while I was there, I must have had it.

What does superciliousness imply according to its etymology?

A flush coloured Soames' pale cheeks, but his superciliousness did not waver.

He who does not conform to courtesy, mostly pays the penalty of his superciliousness.

There is nothing like the insolence and the superciliousness of people of that class.

Instead of reverence in the sanctuary, is there not superciliousness?

Superciliousness, in youth or maturity, is a sign of weakness.

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