Pronunciation: im-PEER-ee-uh’ s
Difficulty Level: Medium
Meaning: refers to being dominant, domineering or haughty
1. The compere's imperious manner alienated the audience.
2. If he was to cast an imperious gaze at the Department of Trade and Industry he might note its failure to galvanise the regions of England in sharing proportionately in the nation's wealth.
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