It is a story about a haughty princess who has a great fall.
She has that haughty, rich and entitled attitude.
The recent flurry of hostile words was capped by a haughty rebuttal of U.S. Commerce Secretary Gary Locke’s criticism of Chinese economic policies that favor domestic companies over American and foreign competitors.
Zachary Karabell -- Time, 2/8/10, U.S.-China Friction: Why Neither Side Can Afford a Split -- http://www.time.com/time/world/article/0,8599,1960606,00.html(retrieved 06/20/10)
And he had many popular characteristics,—being a kind warm-hearted man, not ashamed of his low origin nor haughty in his present elevation.
Hawthorne, Nathaniel -- Grandfather’s Chair
Whose humble means match not his haughty spirit.
Shakespeare, William -- King Richard III
I know a discontented gentleman Whose humble means match not his haughty spirit:
William Shakespeare -- The Life and Death of King Richard III
Misfortune has broken my once haughty spirit; I yield, I submit; ’tis my fate.
Mark Twain -- The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
Frou was this haughty store a few towns over that sold single pillowcases for about a thousand dollars.
Sara Shepard -- Pretty Little Liars
I never put my eyes on a man haughty and proud like that — he walk like he own the earth.
Jean Rhys -- Wide Sargasso Sea
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She said they had inherited haughtiness in the Western part of their blood and this had to be diluted with humility.
Amy Tan -- The Bonesetter’s Daughter
She’s a troublemaker from way back, got fancy ideas an’ haughty ways
Harper Lee -- To Kill a Mockingbird
"It is unbecoming to a soldier, all this book-learning," Pickett said haughtily.
Michael Shaara -- The Killer Angels
Mr. Sloane didn’t enter into the conversation, but lounged back haughtily in his chair;
F. Scott Fitzgerald -- The Great Gatsby
Come ’long like a good feller—don’t be haughty!
Upton Sinclair -- The Jungle
...and out came Napoleon himself, majestically upright, casting haughty glances from side to side,
George Orwell -- Animal Farm
She immediately assumed her haughtiest expression and said, "You’re a fine one to talk."
Anne Frank -- The Diary of a Young Girl
DE GUICHE (controlling himself, haughtily): Do you think I will eat your leavings?
Edmond Rostand -- Cyrano de Bergerac
Girls responded with pointed whispers, haughty laughter and, as I myself have often done, with evil eyes.
Ellen Hopkins -- Crank
Her long dark hair swept over one shoulder, and her face was gorgeous in that surreal super-model way—thin and haughty and cold, not quite human.
Rick Riordan -- The Lost Hero
She tossed her head and assumed a haughty voice: "You must speak to the secretary."
James Joyce -- Dubliners
And when I thought of the unearned haughtiness in her eyes, I plotted accidental slammings of locker doors on her hand.
Toni Morrison -- The Bluest Eye
With the haughtiness San Franciscans have for people who live in the warmer climate, she explained that all I needed were lots of shorts, pedal pushers, sandals and blouses because "southern Californians hardly ever wear anything else."
Maya Angelou -- I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings
Her clear almond eyes and her inborn haughtiness were all that were left to her from her wedding portrait,
Gabriel Garcia Marquez -- Love in the Time of Cholera
But it was a cold mind ... almost cruel, untouched by his soul. It was proud, haughty, impatient with less brilliant minds, grasping in its search for knowledge in the way a conqueror grasps for power. It could not understand pain, it was indifferent to and impatient with suffering.
Chaim Potok -- The Chosen
The haughty nephew ... convinced that Germany was appointed by God to govern the world.
E.M. Forster -- Howards End
Among the Japanese at Omori, Watanabe was despised for his haughtiness, his boasts about his wealth, and his curtness.
Laura Hillenbrand -- Unbroken
The lady stood by in haughty silence.
Arthur Conan Doyle -- The Hound of the Baskervilles
William Shakespeare -- Romeo and Juliet
He curled up, eyeing Eragon haughtily.
Christopher Paolini -- Eragon
Harry glimpsed Fleur Delacour from time to time in the corridors; she looked exactly as she always did, haughty and unruffled.
J.K. Rowling -- Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
She turned as I drew near, and looked at me haughtily:
Charlotte Bronte -- Jane Eyre
Deino the Terrible turned her haughty, chocolate-colored eyes on me.
P.C. Cast & Kristin Cast -- Marked
"Fine," said Hermione haughtily, and she marched off.
J.K. Rowling -- Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
A haughty smile appeared on his lips.
Fyodor Dostoyevsky -- Crime and Punishment
Harry supposed that she was beautiful, with her waist-length hair and floor-length cloak, but she also looked haughty and proud.
J.K. Rowling -- Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
Their glass might be shattered, but still the little black-and-white people inside them peered up at him haughtily,
J.K. Rowling -- Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
His attitude toward us became less haughty.
Ernest Hemingway -- A Farewell to Arms
Then she dropped her bag and set off at a haughty mince toward the first tee.
F. Scott Fitzgerald -- Winter Dreams
Miss Simpkins made a humph sound and gazed haughtily around the loading bay.
Kenneth Oppel -- Airborn
Just at first I fancied it was my Lily’s voice-something like hers, it was-but haughtier if you know what I mean-sort of high up in the air.
Agatha Christie -- The ABC Murders
"Sure I’m sure," he says, a little haughtily.
Robert M. Pirsig -- Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance
The lips, nearly colorless, are set in an expression of uncharacteristic haughtiness.
Jhumpa Lahiri -- The Namesake
...it didn’t bother me that they asked, haughtily, if I’d enjoyed lunch with my "friends" in such a way that I could hear the quotation marks.
Sarah Dessen -- The Truth About Forever
Pride, haughtiness, opinion, and disdain;
William Shakespeare -- Henry IV, Part 1
Aglaya raised her head haughtily.
Fyodor Dostoyevsky -- The Idiot
Trying to sound haughty nearly worked.
Nora Roberts -- Summer Pleasures
The footman—an imp in Elizabethan dress—was unmistakably haughty and superior.
Henry H. Neff -- The Fiend And The Forge
They were also haughty, brutal, and selfish.
Henry H. Neff -- The Maelstrom
"Her name’s Mum, in case you’ve forgotten," said Max, glaring at the haughty man.