Thesaurus / superciliousness

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Certainly he speaks of him with a superciliousness which betrays his inability fully to comprehend him.

But the elder man smiled condescendingly, though with a touch of superciliousness.

Uncanny TalesMary Louisa Molesworth

She looked at him with a superciliousness not natural to her.

The Wild GeeseStanley John Weyman

Do not the pride, superciliousness, and selfishness of a certain aristocracy make it all the more regarded by its worshippers?

The Romany RyeGeorge Borrow

You're a disgrace to the human sex by your superciliousness of knowledge, an' your various quotations of ignorance.

Going To MaynoothWilliam Carleton

A cultivated class is always tempted to superciliousness, and a half cultivated class is even more so.

Fully appreciating his importance, the bassoon conducted himself with brutal arrogance and superciliousness on this occasion.

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

The Young DukeBenjamin Disraeli

But the Gilson kitchen had the efficiency of a laboratory and the superciliousness of a hair-dresser's booth.

Free AirSinclair Lewis

But it was not so bad as that, Isabella; there was no superciliousness; she was very civil.

Northanger AbbeyJane Austen

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