Examples from the Web for hybris
The crime of hybris, which to the Greeks was the "unforgivable sin," is here made as real to us as it was to them.Five Plays|Edward John Dunsany
The vice which they denounced was hybris, wilful bondbreaking—wilful transgression of the socially appointed bounds.An Introduction to the Philosophy of Law|Roscoe Pound
Insolent disregard of propriety, "hybris," was the quality most denounced by the early moralizing poets.Ethics|John Dewey and James Hayden Tufts
British Dictionary definitions for hybris
Word Origin and History for hybris
see hubris. Related: Hybristic.