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used in The Bourne Identity

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having an excessive sense of superiority
  • Gone was the arrogance; a grin appeared.
    Chapter 3 (31% in)
  • Definitely self-assured, even arrogant, used to having your own way.
    Chapter 1 (79% in)
  • It was a street where solidity and money, security and arrogance, determination and a touch of frivolity all coexisted; and Dr. Washburn's patient had walked along its pavements before.
    Chapter 4 (43% in)
  • The arrogant pretender will be killed here in Paris, whether there is a compromise or not.
    Chapter 17 (33% in)
  • But it is his arrogance, his lies at the expense of Carlos that will bring him down.
    Chapter 17 (52% in)
  • How gratifying to be there when arrogance collapses.
    Chapter 20 (3% in)
  • By men like the supremely arrogant David Abbott; they're nothing without people like me.
    Chapter 20 (11% in)
  • Arrogant bastards!
    Chapter 20 (28% in)
  • I don't think you're in any position to be disdainful ... much less arrogant.
    Chapter 20 (36% in)
  • Considering the enormity of his crime, Villiers was either arrogant to the point of carelessness or a damn fool.
    Chapter 24 (34% in)
  • She lay on her bed, Goya's Maja, splendid in her arrogance, dismissing me with her private thoughts, as I was consumed by my own.
    Chapter 33 (3% in)

There are no more uses of "arrogant" in The Bourne Identity.

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