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The derivative adjective in Latin was superciliosus, which was adopted in English as supercilious in the 16th century.
Ed can batter the supercilious grin o Cameron's face and Dave can rearrange Miliband's nose.
8220;The relationship is over when a girl is through unraveling her man,” states Jeremy in a supercilious dialogue that launches the mood from the outset.
Brady, and Nick Consultant Fleur Fanshawe (Debbie Chazen) dishes out nick-names to her minions on Keller, she's also tactless, supercilious and so rude to poor old Sacha (or Pudsey, as she calls him) that he gets very hot under his flowery collar.
Dishing out nick-names to her new minions on Keller, she's also tactless, supercilious and so rude to poor old Sacha (or Pudsey, as she calls him) that he gets very hot under his flowery collar.
Brady, Sugar and Hewer Consultant Fleur Fanshawe (Debbie Chazen) dishes out nick-names to her minions on Keller, she's also tactless, supercilious and so rude to poor old Sacha (or Pudsey, as she calls him) that he gets very hot under his flowery collar.
A naive NRI, a debonair maharajah , a fastidious forest officer, a vivacious journalist Sherry and a supercilious pardhi tribal Jugnu are thrown together by vagaries of fate.
I have never seen anyone as supercilious as CJ on Revenge of the Egghead.
This is one of a number of measures that Ryanair is taking to improve its customer image after being slated in various reports for adopting a supercilious attitude towards its customers.
Discipline and punishment became politically incorrect words, deserving of a supercilious sneer in the claretdrinking world in which Lord Jenkins and his ilk felt at home.
Its lawyer Marvin Putnam said: "Michael was an adult and it is supercilious to say he was unable to take care of his own affairs.