In an arrogant manner; with undue pride or self-importance.(adverb)
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Use "arrogantly" in a sentence
"The problem is, of course, that as networks become less neutral our virtual household turns into a public space where police, advertisers and just about anyone strolls in arrogantly and takes a peak."
"Jack sighed lustily, then shifted to move over her, one elbow planted on either side, his expression arrogantly commanding."
"They had, in short, arrogantly formed another Council of Boskone, which had no real power but which served to make their ambitions seem logical and real."