Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
F., fr. L. arrogantia, fr. arrogans,. See Arrogant
Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
L. arrogāre—ad, to, rogāre, -ātum, to ask, to claim.
He became more and more arrogant and domineering.
"Louis XIV., Makers of History Series" by John S. C. Abbott
The Little Chaplain rejoiced at the thought of the arrogant youths with whom he was to become acquainted.
"The Dead Command" by Vicente Blasco Ibáñez
They were both arrogant, but which of the two rendered most service?
"Fairy Tales of Hans Christian Andersen" by Hans Christian Andersen
She hears Siegmund's arrogant reply.
"The Wagnerian Romances" by Gertrude Hall
Tungku Aminah led the van, strutting along with an arrogant and truculent swagger most laughable to see.
"In Court and Kampong" by Hugh Clifford
Just so the pope arrogates to himself at the same time the spiritual and the temporal sword.
"Commentary on Genesis, Vol. II" by Martin Luther
Is it arrogance to write such a phrase?
"Gems (?) of German Thought" by Various
But it was arrogance only that had been lost, not self-respect or dignity.
"Patrician and Plebeian" by Thomas J. Wertenbaker
It could not be de Verceuil, either, with his arrogance and bad manners.
"The Saracen: Land of the Infidel" by Robert Shea
It was plainly an enemy, and an arrogant enemy, since it made no attempt at stealth.
"Kings in Exile" by Sir Charles George Douglas Roberts
Hast found the world a Babel wide,
Where man to Mammon stoops?
Where flourish Arrogance and Pride,
While modest Merit droops?
"The Whip-Poor-Will." by George Pope Morris
Arrogant you lift defiant
Boughs against the moaning blast,
That, like some invisible giant,
Wrapped in tumult, thunders past.
"One Day And Another: A Lyrical Eclogue – Part IV" by Madison Julius Cawein
It is not apathy that reigns,
O'erweening arrogance, or pride,
For, in his warmly-flowing veins,
The genial feelings all reside.
"To The River" by Matilda Betham
O break the yoke, the slave release,
Rebuke the arrogant again,
And send Thy messenger of peace,
Whose feet are welcome as the rain.
"Establish Peace" by Shlomo ibn Gabirol
And how, when trying a hymn, her voice
At evening would expire,
How unlike it was the arrogant noise
Of the hard throats in the quire:
"Robin Hood's Flight" by James Henry Leigh Hunt
And courtesy fled from the weary,
From idleness arrogance grew;
And all they received as a favour
They haughtily claimed as their due.
"Tobermory Bay" by John Douglas Sutherland Campbell
Ex Controller Alan Hevesi Says He Was In Denial And Grew Arrogant.
Hob-knobbing as a worldwide investor left Alan Hevesi "arrogant"—a condition that was beat out of him in prison by his children, the disgraced ex state controller testified during his recent parole hearing.
Acclaimed poet and author Maya Angelou said it made the Civil Rights leader appear to be arrogant.
Interior Secretary Ken Salazar announced the plan Tuesday to try to end the uproar, which grew out of an inscription that critics said made King sound arrogant.
Is Bhutto courageous , naive or arrogant.
It gave him ambition, a career and undeniable arrogance.
It gave him ambition, a career, and undeniable arrogance.
Michael Heath's ignorance is only rivaled by his arrogance in his Thursday letter.
The biggest mistake President Barack Obama could make now is to arrogantly over-interpret the election results.
The biggest mistake President Obama could make now is to arrogantly overinterpret the election results.
Lil Wayne's deposition : Is he the most arrogant rapper.
Curran Events Facts never get in the way of ideologues, egotistical politicians or arrogant civic leaders.
Well, I don't know about you, but I'll take a humble guy with failed marriage over some arrogant guy who's never settled down any day of the week.
To be a Boston Red Sox fan meant your team - especially when matched against the too rich, too arrogant and altogether too successful New York Yankees - was predictably cast as the gutsy outsider David against baseball's overbearing Goliath.
Area resident Beth Duman says the flags were in the same position Friday and called it an example of "arrogance.".
Dembski’s arrogant remark that I and other critics of his work lack qualification to judge his paper does not sound convincing given his own insufficient familiarity with the literature in the field where he is supposed to offer important new results. Here starts my review of Bennett’s paper.
Defining Complexity: A Commentary to a paper by Charles H. Bennett
Being deeply concerned by the evident and arrogant injustice of this politics, I want to express, as a mathematician, my opposition to this choice, together with my solidariety to all those who are ﬁghting every day to make the science survive, even in these hard times, for the present and future generations.
The R-matrix for (twisted) affine quantum algebras