Haughty – Word Of The Day For IELTS Speaking And Writing
Haughty: (Adjective) /ˈhɔːti/
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behaving in a proud unfriendly way
Stuck-up, Snob, Pompous
For IELTS Speaking:.
“Jessica turned away with a haughty look on her face.”
“People thought of him as being haughty and difficult to talk to.”
For IELTS Writing:
“Under different circumstances, this would have sounded patronizing, a wilted bouquet tossed by a haughty victor.”
Match the word below to complete these sentences.
fabricated, perfection, united, glossy, gluttony, settlement
- Rand …………………… from comment on the scandal involving his opponent.
- As a repentant ………………, I pledge to swear off this hallucinogen
- Only three of the 20 homes in his street had escaped the burglars and the ……………..
- Most were reluctant, defensive, or simply ……………….. to blow their own trumpet.
- She flicked him a ……………… smile, then strode briskly on.
- As long as any advert does not bring the profession into …………….. nor is in bad taste then it is permissible.
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