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Haughty, 1) arrogantly proud, insolent: H4A V, 3, 11 (Qq proud). H6A I, 3, 23. H6A I, 3, 23 H6B I, 1, 174. I, 3, 71 (F2. I, 3, 71 4 haught). H6C I, 1, 267. R3 IV, 4, 502. Tit. I, 302. Rom. V, 3, 49.
2) high-spirited, lofty, adventurous: “will scourge with h. arms this hateful name,” H4A V, 2, 41. “in this h. great attempt they laboured to plant the rightful heir,” H6A II, 5, 79. “these h. words of hers have battered me,” III, 3, 78. “valiant and virtuous, full of h. courage,” IV, 1, 35. “whose humble means match not his h. mind,” R3 IV, 2, 37.
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