And surely big shots like these, with their haughtiness and hedonism, have it coming.
They are a bad mixture of French freedom and Spanish haughtiness which addles our brains.
Then he suddenly stiffened, and put on an expression of haughtiness.
Her sweetness to the two sons of the poet was as marked as the haughtiness of her manner towards the victims of the Coup dtat.
I was afraid of her haughtiness humiliating me, and perhaps I was wrong.
He enjoyed a certain fame among his companions in misery for the haughtiness with which he faced the cruelest guards.
He was accused of haughtiness, except toward a few intimates.
He was burning to make Beldi feel his haughtiness, and was thinking how he could best pick a quarrel with him.
"Impossible to discuss these matt'rs with you," he said, with an effort at haughtiness.
The haughtiness which the psalmist disclaims has its seat in the heart and its manifestation in supercilious glances.