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haughty
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Babbitt
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  • At the door he left her, in self-approving haughtiness, and tramped the lawn.
  • He was baronial; he was a peer in the rapidly crystallizing American aristocracy, inferior only to the haughty Old Families.
  • She was pony-built and plump, with the face of a haughty Pekingese, a button of a nose, and arms so short that, despite her most indignant endeavors, she could not clasp her hands in front of her as she sat on the platform waiting.
  • …man given to cigarettes and the playing of pool; old Mat Penniman, general utility man, collector of rents and salesman of insurance—broken, silent, gray; a mystery, reputed to have been a "crack" real-estate man with a firm of his own in haughty Brooklyn; Chester Kirby Laylock, resident salesman out at the Glen Oriole acreage development—an enthusiastic person with a silky mustache and much family; Miss Theresa McGoun, the swift and rather pretty stenographer; Miss Wilberta Bannigan,…

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  • It is a story about a haughty princess who has a great fall.
  • She has that haughty, rich and entitled attitude.

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