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used in For Whom the Bell Tolls

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having an excessive sense of superiority
  • I walked away from him with a certain amount of arrogance and much style and...
    Chapter 4 (70% in)
arrogance = an excessive sense of superiority
  • Always do they talk that way in their arrogance before a goring.
    Chapter 4 (67% in)
  • Alongside this on the top of the saddle the automatic rifle Sordo had served was lashed arrogantly.
    Chapter 28 (52% in)
  • Lieutenant Berrendo, who was riding at the head of the column, his flankers out, his point pushed well forward, felt no arrogance.
    Chapter 28 (54% in)

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