He was struck by the imperiousness, proud ease, and self-confidence of the haughty girl.
The girl at the window turned her back indignantly on the scene; an expression of extraordinary cordiality came over the haughtily inquiring face of the woman.
Haughty and unclean is their judgment.
The "pride and haughtiness," which had struck Alyosha so much before, was only betrayed now in a frank, generous energy and a sort of bright, strong faith in herself.
But what struck Alyosha most was the expression in the poor woman’s eyes—a look of surprised inquiry and yet of haughty pride.
And while he was talking to her husband, her big brown eyes moved from one speaker to the other with the same haughty and questioning expression.
"You’re making fun of me, aren’t you?" asked Mitya, looking haughtily at the speaker; but the latter did not flinch.
Try reading them the touching story of the fair Esther and the haughty Vashti; or the miraculous story of Jonah in the whale.
The tall Pole rose upon his feet, and with the haughty air of a man, bored and out of his element, began pacing from corner to corner of the room, his hands behind his back.
He was seduced by sweetmeats, ladies brought them to him in their pockets, he sipped tea, he worshiped his belly, filling it with sweet things and his mind with haughty thoughts….
"Well, who did found it?" asked Kolya, turning to him with haughty superciliousness.
All this struck Ivan instantly; he took it all in and noted it at once—most of all the look in Smerdyakov’s eyes, positively malicious, churlish and haughty.
But Krassotkin haughtily parried this thrust, pointing out that to play horses with boys of one’s own age, boys of thirteen, would certainly be disgraceful "at this date," but that he did it for the sake of "the kids" because he liked them, and no one had a right to call him to account for his feelings.
I consider this an unimportant question," said Kolya with haughty humility.
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It is a story about a haughty princess who has a great fall.