adv. 傲慢地, 高傲地
Affecting an attitude of disdain or conceit; haughty and supercilious.
An affected, often haughty pose; affectation.
Some of the more haughty of aristocracy did take exception at his neglecting to raise his cap to them.
The nobles treated the common people with haughty contempt.
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in a haughty manner
■She survey me haughtily over the top of her glasses.
■I will haughtily wing and look for my dreams !
■"Of course he can," the mother replied haughtily.
■Speak not haughtily on the day of distress!
■She carries herself haughtily.
■She surveyed me haughtily over the top of her glass es.
■Haughtily, he stalked out onto the second floor where I was standing.
■Like Shelley, he has undergone the twists and turns emotionally, and his world of mind fries haughtily.
■Dollars or cents, it's still not yours to spend, the bird replied haughtily.
■He was not tall, but he carried his head so haughtily that he looked a commanding figure.
■In the midst of all the praise and admiration, Qu Xia was filled with arrogance and walked haughtily.
■But the chambermaid said still more haughtily, "If you want a drink, get it yourself.
■Gazing at the small gummed piece of paper she said haughtily to the clerk, “Have I got to stick this on myself ?
■They often still tell me haughtily, ying Jila is the food with the richest nutrition on the world.
■That's how the family that haughtily enjoyed utmost privilege in Romania saw its demise.
■Gavroche wheeled round haughtily, and answered:-- "If you are killed before me, I shall take yours.
■I ah,(haughtily) my identity be few, for 1, however speak to frighten to death you.
■Haughtily she demands that Elizabeth give up Darcy. Elizabeth, however, is more than adequate to the challenge.
■Throwing a regal homecoming glance around the neighborhood, Mrs. Wilson gathered up her dog and her other purchases, and went haughtily in.
■Each utensil haughtily serves only its buyer without regard to how much better it could serve in cooperation with the other items around it.
■Whom have you reproached and blasphemed? And against whom have you raised your voice And haughtily lifted up your eyes? Against the Holy One of Israel!
■Erect back : Hold out a bosom haughtily to look up, your eye shot and demeanour are met because of this promotion N level.
■The frog then pointed to the tadpoles and little insects in the well and said haughtily: “I am the true master of this well.
■Onetime when he was invited to a big party, a well-dressed young man saw him and asked haughtily, "I heard your father is a tailor, is that so?
■Love Jehovah, all you who are His faithful ones; Jehovah guards the trustworthy, And recompenses abundantly Him who acts haughtily.
■Throwing a regal homecoming glance around the neighborhood, Mrs.Wilson gathered up her dog and her other purchases, and went haughtily in.
■Yang Youji put down his bow and arrows and strode over to the old man, and said haughtily, “You think my technique with the bow is not good enough?
■"We are lacking discipline in our defensive midfield area," Kahn said haughtily, "because Hargreaves and some others are making too many mistakes.
■Whom have you reproached and reviled? Against whom have you lifted up your voice And lifted up your eyes haughtily? Against the Holy One of Israel.
■There was no way for me to make your steps slow and the thing was that you even never eyed me for a glance.You always acted so haughtily arouad me.
■From the days of Empire, the British have always considered themselves models of reserve, haughtily mocking "excitable foreigners"who show no restraint.
■Love endures long and is patient and kind; love never is envious nor boils over with jealousy, is not boastful or vainglorious, does not itself haughtily.
■Therefore thus says Jehovah, I am now devising evil against this family, From which you will not remove your necks;And you will not go about haughtily, For it is an evil time.
■The frog then pointed to the tadpoles and little insects in the well and said haughtily: “I am the true master of this well, none of them can compare with me.
■One day in the hay during the noonday nap, when the sun of the plains beat down, causing the smell of hay to rise from the ground, she haughtily, contemptuously rejected him.
■Andinshewent to purchase a postage stamp .Gazing at the small gummed piece of papershe said haughtily to the clerk, “Have I got to stick this on myself ?
■And in she went to purchase a postage stamp .Gazing at the small gummed piece of paper she said haughtily to the clerk, “Have I got to stick this on myself ?
■A leader to the very finger-tips, Enjolras, seeing that they murmured, insisted.He resumed haughtily: "Let those who are afraid of not numbering more than thirty say so.
■From the days of Empire, the British have always considered themselves models of reserve, haughtily mocking "excitable foreigners" who show no restraint.
■Therefore thus saith the Lord;Behold, against this family do I devise an evil, from which ye shall not remove your necks;neither shall ye go haughtily: for this time is evil.
■Then you go away haughtily.
■To treat haughtily.
■To this choice, zhu Chen sums up haughtily: "Shanghai is the city that I like, I arrive every time Qatar, must from Shanghai by plane, and husband comes from Qatar, also be to go to Shanghai first.
■I.), telling him that if he wants to earn her favor, he should dress in yellow stockings and crossed garters, act haughtily, smile constantly, and refuse to explain himself to anyone.
■As far as the Chinese leadership's attitude to the United States is concerned, Beijing appears to be faithfully enacting Deng Xiaoping's maxim of never acting haughtily toward the United States.
■Therefore thus says the LORD, "Behold, I am planning against this family a calamity From which you cannot remove your necks;And you will not walk haughtily, For it will be an evil time.
■British mosquito above all rise in revolt, see it flies to a frog only, turned a few rounds around it, when coming back, the tongue that sees frog only hit a slipknot, he says haughtily: Tell you!
■Micah 2:3 Therefore thus saith Jehovah: Behold, against this family do I devise an evil, from which ye shall not remove your necks, neither shall ye walk haughtily; for it is an evil time.
■Shake the sleeves and go away haughtily
■look about haughtily and imperturbably