haughty (adj.) Old form(s): haughtie
high-minded, aspiring, lofty
1H6 II.v.79[Mortimer to Richard, of the Percys' actions] in this haughty great attempt / They laboured to plant the rightful heir
1H6 III.iii.78[Burgundy to himself, of Pucelle] These haughty words of hers / Have battered me like roaring cannon-shot
1H6 IV.i.35[Talbot to all] Knights of the Garter were ... full of haughty courage
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