The quality of being imperious; arrogance; haughtiness; urgency.(noun)
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Use "imperiousness" in a sentence
"By the end, however, nobody cared about what subliminal image of alleged "imperiousness" would be telegraphed by the prop columns in the background or the CNN-initiated (not the Obama campaign's) Sky-cam overhead."
"He would have been confounded and wounded by the knowledge that some people, including Maddy, suspected that a vein of self-righteousness ran beneath the surface of his public persona, an imperiousness disguised by his elaborate courteousness but hinted at by his detached formality."
"Ms. Lambert might be forgiven for some, if not all, of her imperiousness."