from The Century Dictionary.
- High; elevated: same as
- Hence Proud; insolent; haughty.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective obsolete High; elevated; hence, haughty; proud.
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- adjective obsolete
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
We American live all over world be careful what one wish it might come back to haught you.
August 7, 2009 at 11:31 am yaz wee hads ai sumer fro along whyl – vurry strenge fro heer inda Grate Pauciphik Norsewet. laist weak it wuz ober 100 deegrees borked awl sordz uv recoords. dat wuz tew haught – ifinkso – neveh seed ah kitteh pant lyk ah dawg beefour.
I like lemonade too, and itz haught in Colorado 2.
A dearling soft of sides and haught and graceful in her gait,
Well… as soon as Dave vacates a seat, Tux immediately steals it and gives Dave a haught f*&@ you look… but other than that, things are good.
What while I lived happy, with a temper haught and high,
Those conclusions were reflected in my haught language - and when it comes to conclusions we all are in the same boat: Conyers won, we lost.
Mine is a Chief who reached most haught estate, i.
Theatrics like that are fine for a Christmas panto, but for a supposedly serious music critic [adopts haughty, sniffy tone] it's all a bit, well, unseemly. [/haught, sniffy tone]
December 4th, 2006 at 10:13 am anthony haught says: