orgulous
I adjective affected, aloof, arrogant, assuming, blustering, boastful, boasting, bragging, conceited, condescending, contemptuous, disdainful, egocentric, egoistic, egoistical, egotistic, egotistical, fanfaronading, flaunting, gasconading, grand, grandiose, haughty, immodest, imperious, inflated, insolent, intolerant, lofty, lordly, narcissistic, overbearing, overproud, overweening, patronizing, pompous, presumptuous, prideful, scornful, self-applauding, self-centred, self-flattering, self-glorifying, self-important, self-lauding, self-magnifying, self-praising, self-satisfied, supercilious, thrasonical, vain, vainglorious, vaunting II index proud (conceited)

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  • Orgulous — Or gu*lous, a. See {Orgillous}. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • orgulous — [ôr′gyə ləs] adj. excessively proud; haughty; arrogant …   English World dictionary

  • orgulous — adjective Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo French orguillus, from orguil pride, of Germanic origin; akin to Old High German urguol distinguished Date: 13th century proud …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • orgulous — orgulously, adv. /awr gyeuh leuhs, geuh /, adj. Archaic. haughty; proud. [1200 50; ME orguillous, orguilleus < OF orgueillos equiv. orgueil pride (earlier orgoil < Gmc *urgoli; cf. OHG urguol outstanding, OE orgol pride) + os OUS] * * * …   Universalium

  • orgulous — adjective proud; disdainful …   Wiktionary

  • orgulous — adj. == proud. Alys. 2006. AS. orgel. Fr. orgueil …   Oldest English Words

  • orgulous — É”rgÉ™lÉ™s / ɔːg adj. proud, haughty (Archaic) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • orgulous — [ ɔ:gjʊləs] adjective literary haughty. Origin ME: from OFr. orguillus, from orguill pride …   English new terms dictionary

  • orgulous — or·gu·lous …   English syllables

  • orgulous — or•gu•lous [[t]ˈɔr gyə ləs, gə [/t]] adj. cvb archaic haughty; proud • Etymology: 1200–50; ME < OF orgueillos equiv. orgueil pride or′gu•lous•ly adv …   From formal English to slang

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