arrogant definition

  • adjective:
    • Having or showing a feeling of overbearing self-worth or self-importance.
    • Marked by or arising from a feeling or presumption of your superiority toward other individuals: an arrogant contempt for the weak. See Synonyms at proud.
    • Having extortionate pleasure in oneself, usually with contempt for others.
    • creating, or getting the personality to make, exorbitant claims of position or estimation; giving one's self an undue level of value; presuming; haughty; -- applied to persons.
    • Containing arrogance; marked with arrogance; continuing from undue statements or self-importance; -- put on things.
    • having or showing thoughts of unwarranted relevance out-of overbearing pleasure
    • Having or showing a sense of overbearing self-worth or self-importance.
    • Marked by or due to a sense or assumption of one's superiority toward other people: an arrogant contempt the poor. See Synonyms at pleased.
    • Having excessive pride in oneself, often with contempt for other people.
    • creating, or getting the disposition to make, excessive claims of rank or estimation; giving your self an undue amount of importance; presuming; haughty; -- put on persons.
    • Containing arrogance; marked with arrogance; proceeding from undue statements or self-importance; -- put on things.
    • having or showing emotions of unwarranted relevance out-of overbearing pride
  • others:
    • Making or obtaining the personality in order to make unwarrantable claims of rank or estimation; giving one's self an undue level of value; aggressively haughty; saturated in presumption: put on people.
    • Characterized by arrogance; proceeding from an overestimate of the relevance or superiority to other people: put on things: since, arrogant statements.
    • Synonyms Authoritative, Magisterial, Dogmatic, etc. (see magisterial), pleased, assuming, overbearing, presumptuous, supercilious, lordly, cavalier, important, inflammation, blustering, grand, disdainful, overweening.
    • Making or obtaining the disposition to make unwarrantable claims of rank or estimation; giving a person's self an undue amount of importance; aggressively haughty; high in assumption: put on people.
    • described as arrogance; continuing from an overestimate of the relevance or superiority to others: put on things: because, conceited claims.
    • Synonyms Authoritative, Magisterial, Dogmatic, etc. (see magisterial), proud, assuming, overbearing, presumptuous, supercilious, lordly, cavalier, crucial, swelling, blustering, grand, disdainful, overweening.

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