They loftily asked those who watched The Real Housewives of New York City what was with the leg toss.
While Washington wrote from inside the experience of the freed slaves, DuBois observes them loftily from above.
He presents a manic mix of politics and religion, loftily billed as “the fusion of entertainment and enlightenment.”
It may just be the case that high-end Vancouver real estate is loftily suspended, awaiting such a nasty correction.
"I am discussing the Waddy," returned Mrs. Hauksbee, loftily.
Ah, they are of their insignificance so loftily unconscious.
"Americans don't believe in working their women," he declared, loftily.
"It was a matter of sentiment," said Madame Beattie loftily.
In those early times there was no artillery to endanger their loftily secure repose.
"It'll strengthen her nerves better'n any old doctor," Graham declared, loftily.