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imperious
used in Of Mice and Men

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Definition
expecting obedience; or arrogant; or domineering
  •   "I didn't steal it. I found it lyin' right beside the road."
      George's hand remained outstretched imperiously.
    p. 9.2
imperiously = in a manner that expects obedience
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