One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘He looked at me skeptically and asked rather superciliously me if I had ever bartended.’
- ‘I just pursed my lips and smiled superciliously ahead, hoping my contempt would irritate him further.’
- ‘I can't decide whether he looks more like an officious schoolmaster superciliously lecturing a benighted student in a dean's cubicle or a supercilious politician officiously exhorting a benumbed crowd in a public square.’
- ‘He was looking at him strangely, slightly superciliously.’
- ‘He turned to glance at me and then superciliously smiled.’
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