Third-person singular simple present indicative form of arrogate.(verb)
Wiktionary.org : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License
Use "arrogates" in a sentence
"“Scientism,” Dawkins tells me later, “is the pejorative word sometimes used for the view that science can explain everything and kind of arrogates to itself the privilege of explaining everything."
"Oleg's hypocrisy is on abundant display at all times and we can all see it, especially as he arrogates to play thread cop or complain to moderators (here) about standards of decency."
"The sum of the two bills arrogates that you can fully define an ethnicity, and just as ambiguously as Arizona claims to be able to identify what an illegal immigrant looks like, it also now claims have the ability to explain how an ethnicity produces resentment among others."