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Synonyms for ARROGATE

Usage Examples for ARROGATE

  1. If the whole nation be agreed upon a certain course, it is not a national " party" which advocates it; if it be not agreed, no section, no half- plus- one, has the right to arrogate to itself the adjective. - "Practical Politics; or, the Liberalism of To-day" by Alfred Farthing Robbins
  2. Of all the Spaniards the Castilians require to be, governed with the most caution; but the liberties which they arrogate for themselves they do not willingly accord to others. - "The Revolt of The Netherlands, Complete" by Frederich Schiller