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That I killed the deer,” answered the young man, with a little haughtiness, as he leaned on another long rifle similar to that of Natty.
I have already told you that I never asked," replied Louis with a haughtiness that made the king of England turn pale.
I say simply that Madame de Cintre is a great white doll of a woman, who cultivates quiet haughtiness.
There came a deep flush to her cheek; but she looked full into Giovanni's eyes, and responded to his gaze of uneasy suspicion with a queenlike haughtiness.
I assure you that I would never have dared to suggest," she continued with an extraordinary haughtiness of attitude and tone that aroused my attention, "I would never have dared to put before him my views of the extraordinary merits and the uncertain fate of the exquisite woman of whom we speak, if I had not been certain that, partly by my fault, I admit, his attention has been attracted to her and his - his - his heart engaged.
He was remarkable for self-respect, without haughtiness.
Neither did I know the loftiness and haughtiness of Lady Dedlock's face, at all, in any one.
Isabella, on hearing the particulars of the visit, gave a different explanation: "It was all pride, pride, insufferable haughtiness and pride
The other causes are haughtiness, fear, eminence, contempt, disproportionate increase in some part of the state.
she said, with a haughtiness which was quite indescribable, replying to Nastasia's last remark.
Her roused temper made her color deeply, as she returned his greeting with some haughtiness.
I learned from Ghak that the Thurian chieftain, Goork, had been inclined to haughtiness, and had told Ghak, the Hairy One, that he knew nothing of me and cared less; but I imagine that the sight of the fleet and the sound of the guns brought him to his senses, for it was not long before he sent a deputation to me, inviting me to visit him in his village.