For, of all the haughty Lawrence women, she had the name of being the haughtiest.
And what are the haughtiest of us, but the ephemeral aristocrats of a summer's day?
Mrs. Wildair was the haughtiest, the most overbearing, and the most ambitious of women.
“If you wish,” replied Leopold at his haughtiest and coldest.
He stepped along jauntily, nose in the air and the haughtiest kind of expression on his whiskered face.
No, but the girl does; she's the haughtiest and the vainest damsel in the province.
And yet they were a pair of whom the haughtiest potentate on earth might have been proud, and with justice.
"Your apology is more than sufficient, monsieur," in her haughtiest tones.
Our haughtiest nobility—the proudest duke in the land—knows well what his alliance with a plebeian order has done for him.
One place where I was, the governor were the haughtiest man as ever you see.