высокомерный; надменный; заносчивый; самонадеянный; кичливый
- Either we become arrogant - "Thank goodness I'm not you!" - or we feel threatened - "Poor me, I am so lonely without you!"
- "Don't say anything arrogant or appear too egotistical."
- On his face, with its childlike planes and arrogant nostrils and affectingly large eyes, was a distinct absence of the play of simple expressions that usually took place there.
- Robert Dodds, managing director of Broadcast Innovations, a sponsorship firm backed by two advertising agencies, told a conference last week: "There is an arrogant belief on the part of broadcasters that advertisers should support their output regardless of where the programme is scheduled.
- He felt a tightness in his groin and muttered foul oaths: she was a fine lady with her laces and bows and arrogant looks but, between the sheets, a different matter, soft and pleading, turning and twisting beneath him.
- "Nothing I couldn't take," he replied, with the same arrogant grin.
- He stood taut, arrogant and oblivious to the seriousness of his situation.
- It is selfish and arrogant.
- Taking the EG-1 first, the HFS bridge humbucker delivers a warm, fat sound reminiscent of a vintage PAF, and while the guitar doesn't have the image of a rocker the bridge pickup is almost arrogant in the way it handles an amp at full tilt.
- Everybody has access to it and politicians ignore it only if they are thick or arrogant.
- These trees clustered everywhere in dense clumps, and they were the grandest of all, arrogant and yet familiar, noisy but amiable.
- She smiled, arrogant eyebrows clenching, tears sliding into her pillow.
- I was dabbling with drugs and doing plenty of drugs and also I'd become very arrogant.