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arrogant
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The Fountainhead
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  • The less the prestige of his name, the more arrogant the sound of his voice pronouncing it.
  • You’re too arrogant to boast.
  • Do you care for that sort of unbridled arrogance? I don’t know what one could say for him, unless it’s that he’s terribly good-looking, if that matters.
  • He said it without defiance, bitterness or proletarian arrogance; he said it as if it were a joke on him and—if one looked closely into his smile—on them.
  • The emotions it suggests are of a different nature: arrogance, audacity, defiance, self-exaltation.
  • What’s he so damn arrogant about?
  • "…a ruthless, arrogant egotist who wished to have his own way at any price…" Twelve men sat in the jury box.
  • "The incident illustrates to perfection," wrote Ellsworth Toohey, "the antisocial nature of Mr. Howard Roark’s egotism, the arrogance of the unbridled individualism which he has always personified."

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  • She is rude and arrogant.
  • I’m not worried that she might appear insecure. I’m worried that she might appear arrogant.

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