haughty

Part of speech: noun

Haughtiness.

Part of speech: adverb

HAUGHTILY.

Part of speech: adjective

Proud and disdainful.

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Usage examples "haughty":

  1. I looked up- the horn spectacles were over her eyes again, and the rest of her face was very pale- while there was something haughty in the carriage of her small head, it seemed to me. - "Man and Maid", Elinor Glyn.
  2. " The same as it has been these past two days," she replied with haughty scorn. - "The Outlaw of Torn", Edgar Rice Burroughs.
  3. " I did not," said Jim, with a rather haughty look that Carrie thought was new. - "Partners of the Out-Trail", Harold Bindloss.