Synonym: haughtiness, hauteur, high-handedness, lordliness. Similar words: narrow, harrow, carrot, cancer, cancel, dancer, chance, stance. Meaning: ['ærəgəns] n. overbearing pride evidenced by a superior manner toward inferiors.
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2, His confidence was misread as arrogance.
3, His arrogance knew no limits.
4, I disliked him for his arrogance.
5, False humility and its obverse, arrogance, are equally unpleasant.
6, His mind boggles at the king's arrogance.
7, His arrogance made him absolutely unbearable!
8, Her arrogance has disenchanted many of her former admirers.
9, His boozing, arrogance, and hair-trigger temper have often led him into ugly nightclub brawls.
10, His arrogance was utterly repellent to her.
11, Arrogance is often a defence mechanism.
12, He's widely disliked in the company for his arrogance.
13, Arrogance is one of his less attractive characteristics.
14, She possesses a self-confidence that borders on arrogance.
15, His confidence bordered on arrogance.
16, Her arrogance repels many people.
17, Conceit comes from shallowness; arrogance is due to ignorance.
18, His arrogance comes out in every speech he makes.
19, She was astounded by his arrogance.
20, His worst fault is his arrogance.
21, Her self-confidence borders on arrogance.
22, His arrogance lowered him in her estimation.
23, It is easy to misconstrue confidence as arrogance.
24, Arrogance is a very unattractive personality/character trait.
25, The arrogance became his protective carapace.
26, He has a reputation for rudeness and intellectual arrogance.
27, I couldn't believe the arrogance of the man!
28, He spoke with breathtaking arrogance.
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30, His treatment of his secretary was a blatant example of managerial arrogance.
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