It is definitely alarming that a president can arrogate to himself this kind of power, whoever the president is.
And so they try to arrogate my medical authority for their cause.
If I describe them faithfully, they must still appear low to those who arrogate to themselves the epithet of “high.”
What right had he to arrogate to himself again powers of life and death?
I arrogate no great merit to myself in still preserving myself untainted in this vortex of folly and vice.
But it is not for me to arrogate to determine the Queen's mind.
I would encourage no Sultan spirit, nor arrogate a single claim over her, deduced from any assumed superiority of my own sex.
I am not come of a stock so distinguished that I can arrogate to myself the defence of my order.
But, not content with the reality, he resolved to arrogate the title; and he thus eventually lost the Peninsula.
They did not arrogate to themselves the authority to originate.