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Definition of "arrogating" []

  • Present participle of arrogate. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "arrogating" in a sentence
  • "A few weeks ago there was a minor flap about the Governor-General: it appeared that she was arrogating to herself the office of Head of State."
  • "They will say that the Spanish court is interfering in the internal affairs of the new government in Iraq, arrogating to itself powers over an incident that does not directly concern Spain as no Spanish nationals were involved."
  • "An inartful, vapid, sneering, arrogating and boorish show of facile contempt."
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