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self-righteous
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Wuthering Heights
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  • He was, and is yet most likely, the wearisomest self-righteous Pharisee that ever ransacked a Bible to rake the promises to himself and fling the curses to his neighbours.

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  • Both sides are too self-righteous to reach an friendly agreement.
  • She is self-righteous, seeing minor flaws in her friends while ignorant of her own major shortcomings.

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