God has not forgotten them, though they are haughtily ignored by proud Cain, who regards them as nothing in his presence.
"I deem it quite unnecessary to do so, sir," answered the Colonel, haughtily.
“That's my own affair, I fancy,” replied Sir Richard, as haughtily as prudence would permit.
She drew it away and looked at me haughtily, but I saw that I had frightened her.
"The Hold is the inheritance of my father," haughtily spoke Octave.
“Enough, sir, and more than enough,” haughtily returned the Frenchman.
"There was no occasion for depending upon strangers," he said, haughtily.
"Call me Mr. Davis, if you please," said Halbert, haughtily.
"I have my reasons for keeping this secret," said Madame de Lucenay, haughtily.
Mary raised her head, haughtily, with a gesture of high disdain.