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imperious
used in Catch-22

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Definition
expecting obedience; or arrogant; or domineering
  • They soon finished with the clothing on the couches and the luggage on the floor, and they were ransacking a cedar closet when the door to the inner room opened again and a man who was very distinguished-looking from the neck up padded into view imperiously on bare feet.
    Chapter 33 — Nately's Whore (30% in)

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