The rejectionist absolutism of Morris and others is simplistic, a-historical, full of inaccuracies and arrogantly one-sided.
On the other hand, the success of the Olympics could be arrogantly misused by English politicians.
He cast a glance of contempt on his eldest-born, and arrogantly puffed his pipe.
When the latter so arrogantly assumed the command, Hiens became very restive, and was waiting for an opportunity to dethrone him.
She must drop, and the arrogantly lifted head of the rattlesnake, crested with wrath, was ready for the stroke.
He had told her then, arrogantly, that she'd need him some day.
She gave one look at herself in the glass, holding herself proudly, one might have said arrogantly.
He rose from the table, bowing grandly, superbly, arrogantly.
Therefore he arrogantly pitied Red's unsophistication; at which the gods laughed.
"It wouldn't 'ave happened if I'd been there," he observed, arrogantly.