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arrogant
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Harry Potter (#7) and the Deathly Hallows
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  • Then the second brother, who was an arrogant man, decided that he wanted to humiliate Death still further,
  • Beside him was Sirius, carelessly handsome, his slightly arrogant face so much younger and happier than Harry had ever seen it alive.
  • Wizarding arrogance again!
  • "But you’ve just done that!" said Hermione in Bellatrix’s com-manding, arrogant voice.
  • Two clever, arrogant boys with a shared obsession.
  • Tom Riddle, who confided in no one and operated alone, might have been arrogant enough to assume that he, and only he, had penetrated the deepest mysteries of Hogwarts Castle.
  • I dreaded beyond all things the knowledge that it had been I who brought about her death, not merely through my arrogance and stupidity, but that I actually struck the blow that snuffed out her life.
  • "— mediocre, arrogant as his father, a determined rule-breaker, delighted to find himself famous, attention-seeking and impertinent — " "You see what you expect to see, Severus," said Dumbledore, without raising his eyes from a copy of Transfiguration Today.
  • I know James Potter’s an arrogant toerag," she said, cutting across Snape.

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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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