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used in The Witch of Blackbird Pond

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arrogant or condescending (acting superior or self-important)
  • "I am entirely responsible for my own coming," she assured him haughtily.
    p. 28.4
  • The clear white skin, the blue eyes under a dark fringe of lashes, the black hair that curled against her shoulders, and the haughty lift of her perfect small chin — this girl could have been the toast of a regiment!
    p. 32.8
  • "As a matter of fact," she told him haughtily, "I am a teacher in the dame school."
    p. 110.5
  • Every trace of pride and haughtiness was wiped from her face.
    p. 143.1
  • They all knew that this haughty man was on his way to meet with their council, and that before night fell he would hold their very lives in his hand.
    p. 159.6

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