God has not forgotten them, though they are haughtily ignored by proud Cain, who regards them as nothing in his presence.
"Call me Mr. Davis, if you please," said Halbert, haughtily.
“That's my own affair, I fancy,” replied Sir Richard, as haughtily as prudence would permit.
Mary raised her head, haughtily, with a gesture of high disdain.
"The Hold is the inheritance of my father," haughtily spoke Octave.
"I was not speaking," said Miss Whitmore, haughtily, in futile denial.
"There was no occasion for depending upon strangers," he said, haughtily.
"You will do about that as you think proper," said Lady Delacour haughtily.
"I have my reasons for keeping this secret," said Madame de Lucenay, haughtily.
"The escort was sent for my safety," said the Count, haughtily.