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- adv. In a haughty manner. With excessive or undeserved pride.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a haughty manner; arrogantly.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Highly; loftily.
- In a haughty manner; proudly; arrogantly.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a haughty manner
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Well, Tish dismissed Hannah haughtily from the room, and the conversation went on.
“That’s exactly what I’m going to do,” he called haughtily over his shoulder.
She tapped her umbrella on the setts, calling haughtily for way, and way miraculously appeared.
" And he looked at me kind of haughtily and said, "Naturally, I never tried it.
after allowing Memorial to be submitted for the TSEP by her publisher, Faber & Faber: "I'm uncomfortable about the fact that Aurum Funds, an investment company which exclusively manages funds of hedge funds, is sponsoring the administration of the Eliot Prize; I think poetry should be questioning not endorsing such institutions and for that reason I'm withdrawing from the Eliot shortlist," the UK dame I shall neither promo nor name haughtily opined.
We, "haughtily," are not obliged to BEG for friendship.
"It is not an impression," haughtily; "I know it to be a fact."
The 'haughtily' is completely unnecessary of course and is typical justin blowing things way out of proportion ....
And, "haughtily," I do not care to discuss it here. "
This idea was haughtily rebuffed: the Russians refused to believe the tiny island nation would challenge a European power.