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    1. She gives him an imperious look, waits

    2. A sheepish CAPTAIN, holding his cap in his hands, walks up with RICCI, strutting and imperious

    3. In public the old girl bristled with an imperious air of confidence and hard-nosed, old-world defiance, but Annie was convinced that her private inner sanctum would be a shambling mess of decrepitude and cat infestations, full of strange smells and unfamiliar utility furniture that dated from the middle of the previous century

    4. In public the old girl bristled with an imperious

    5. Of course most saw it as simply another opportunity for the Dominion’s agents to be unnecessarily imperious

    6. She was as stunningly statuesque and imperious as the Elf was herself as Princess and Heir Apparent of the Lascorii---choosing to keep as low a profile where her Enthilesté nature was concerned when around the Guild folk or those of the rest of the Alliance

    7. Then the Elusivers: imperious and omnipotent to his younger self, but not without benevolence, showing him what was intended to represent the sum total of human experience

    8. ‘There was never any deal, Gerrid,’ said the imperious voice of L-Seven-Six

    9. That the hotline for the CJCS (Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff) buzzed only once, instead of emitting a strident continuous ring until answered, as was once used by an imperious predecessor Admiral Radford, was a tribute to the gentleman�liness of the current CJCS, U

    10. leads to find more of what, spoiled grain?” he ended with an imperious wave of his arm

    11. He had seen Pharaoh's emissary as he sat in imperious silence to one side of the audience

    12. degradation of the profession of medicine and the imperious disorder caused since that 1965 Act

    13. Glares the imperious mystery of the way

    14. Her dark eyes regarded the astonished governor over the veil, and then with an imperious gesture of her white hand, she uncovered her face

    15. Her imperious bearing was gone

    16. A touch of her old imperious wrath shook her, as she thought how maddeningly her plans had gone awry, leaving her captive of the very man she had plotted to get into her power

    17. “It’s clear that during your time period… it was imperious that you married at eighteen or younger… for child bearing purposes

    18. Not only did he wear an armor vest, but he wore the helmet that casted a shadow over his imperious eyes

    19. “I say, you there, what in the wide, wide world of International Relations is this itinerant border doing in the middle of a field?” Mark asked with what he hoped was an imperious air, something of the tone our Victorian founding fathers might have employed with starched upper mouth parts and even stiffer underpants while talking to Johnny Foreigner

    20. In a sense, Modi is perhaps closest to Indira Gandhi in his personality-driven leadership style, an imperious attitude that ensures that institutions remain subservient to the individual (even Teachers’ Day has been sought to be harnessed to the cult of Modi)

    21. Even in the presence of the five Monarchs of Dawnhaven He was still imperious

    22. His entire medieval culture was being taken over by the industrialized nations around him, and his reaction was to bury his head in the sand as deeply as possible and pretend it wasn’t happening, while being dominated by his imperious German royal hen of a wife pecking him to death

    23. As I collected myself and rearranged my clothing I heard an imperious voice

    24. The old man was very distinguished looking with an imperious face and a luxuriant head of

    25. They called out and knocked loudly at the gate of the inn, which was still shut; on seeing which, Don Quixote, even there where he was, did not forget to act as sentinel, and said in a loud and imperious tone,

    26. It was Laurie's father, who had run away in his youth, and married against the imperious old man's will

    27. that unacknowledged loyalty to the early faith in kings which set the most democratic nation under the sun in ferment at the coming of a royal yellow-haired laddie, some years ago, and which still has something to do with the love the young country bears the old, like that of a big son for an imperious little mother, who held him while she could, and let him go with a farewell scolding when he rebelled

    28. His new young life, so strong and imperious, was urged towards something else

    29. Dantes, cast from solitude into the world, frequently experienced an imperious desire for solitude; and what solitude is more complete, or more poetical, than that of a ship floating in isolation on the sea during the obscurity of the night, in the silence of immensity, and under the eye of heaven?

    30. Gold-dusted skin pours like velvet over a powerful body; he has the face of a stunning, imperious Archangel

    31. What could make the implacable, imperious Ryodan change his mind? This was a man of steel who made rules and enforced them without question

    32. " Bertuccio hung down his head before the imperious look of his master, and remained motionless, without making any answer

    33. "Edward," said Villefort, fixing an imperious glance on the child, "go and play in the drawing-room, my dear; I wish to speak to your mamma

    34. As her mother still kept beckoning to her, and arraying her face in a holiday suit of unaccustomed smiles, the child stamped her foot with a yet more imperious look and gesture

    35. In the brook, again, was the fantastic beauty of the image, with its reflected frown, its pointed finger, and imperious gesture, giving emphasis to the aspect of little Pearl

    36. "Dentro la testa!" answered a solemn and imperious voice, accompanied by a menacing gesture

    37. One evening when Hauptmann is down the hall in his office, Werner glances over at imperious, sleepy Volkheimer in the corner and says, “That prisoner

    38. He resented her imperious attitude

    39. She would make an imperious leader, one who would stand on her dignity

    40. For a space they hung there, brushed by the purple loose-strife that fringed the bank; then the clear imperious summons that marched hand-in-hand with the intoxicating melody imposed its will on Mole, and mechanically he bent to his oars again

    41. Perhaps he would never have dared to raise his eyes, but that, though the piping was now hushed, the call and the summons seemed still dominant and imperious

    42. He walked with his chin high and his chest puffed, his gestures exaggerated and imperious

    43. And indeed the worst of my faults was a certain impatient gaiety of disposition, such as has made the happiness of many, but such as I found it hard to reconcile with my imperious desire to carry my head high, and wear a more than commonly grave countenance before the public

    44. Levin saw proofs of this in his dress, in the old-fashioned threadbare coat, obviously not his everyday attire, in his shrewd deep-set eyes, in his idiomatic, fluent Russian, in the imperious tone that had become habitual from long use, and in the resolute gestures of his large, red, sunburnt hands, with an old betrothal ring on the little finger

    45. “Well, I don’t know nothin’ about imperious Caesar,” said Will, patiently, “but what I’ve the back of this bill

    46. Without him they forgot their cues and garbled their lines; they needed him to ring the curtain up at the right moment; they needed him to direct the lime-lights they needed his whisper in the wings, and his imperious eye on the leader of the band; without him there were no photographers from the weekly press, no prearranged goodwill and expectation of pleasure

    47. Merriwether, more imperious than frail Mrs

    48. I understand what it must mean for a man who has been unfortunate, but who is proud, imperious and above all, impatient, to have to bear such treatment! I regard you in any case as a man of noble character and not without elements of magnanimity, though I don't agree with all your convictions

    49. Lydgate's opinion was not on the side of promise that this prayer would be fulfilled; and as the day advanced, Bulstrode felt himself getting irritated at the persistent life in this man, whom he would fain have seen sinking into the silence of death imperious will stirred murderous impulses towards this brute life, over which will, by itself, had no power

    50. He concealed it from her; but if ever he heard me answer sharply, or saw any other servant grow cloudy at some imperious order of hers, he would show his trouble by a frown of displeasure that never darkened on his own

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    disdainful haughty imperious lordly overbearing prideful sniffy supercilious swaggering imperative obligatory compulsory necessary urgent tyrannical despotic dictatorial bossy arrogant