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supercilious
used in Lucky by Sebold

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Definition
arrogant (acting as if better, more important, and superior in ideas than others)
  • And even though we heard what they thought of the deacon at St. Peter's (a "supercilious moron"), what they thought of the neighbors ("He's courting a heart attack with all that fat"), what they thought of one sister when the other sister was up in her room—we were not meant to repeat it.
    Chapter Five (65% in)
supercilious = arrogant
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