English version

haughty

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhaughtyhaugh‧ty /ˈhɔːti $ ˈhɒː-/ adjective  PROUDbehaving in a proud unfriendly waystuck up a haughty laughhaughtily adverbhaughtiness noun [uncountable]
Examples from the Corpus
haughtyPeople thought of him as being haughty and difficult to talk to.Bella came out of prison as haughty as when she went in.If he attempts to talk to you, you will flick him a haughty glance and say nothing.Jessica turned away with a haughty look on her face.She flicked him a haughty smile, then strode briskly on.Are frowning and haughty tyrants to be preferred to generous Lords?Under different circumstances, this would have sounded patronizing, a wilted bouquet tossed by a haughty victor.
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