How to use Self-righteous in a sentence

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  • So often we feel self-righteous because we have worked hard and think that this ought to have gained us merit.

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  • It is the poor who are blessed not self-righteous prigs.

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  • Some people are so self-righteous they make you sick.

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  • They will become more bellicose rather than diplomatic, more self-righteous and dismissive when criticized.

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  • Our relationship with the Islamic world, our ability to be self righteous are all transmitted by image.

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  • Let's not get too self-righteous about this... our staffroom is pretty empty at lunchtime let alone any non-contact time teachers have.

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  • So long as music is not self-righteous, I don't pass too much judgment.

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  • The Guardian published a rather self-righteous piece entitled " The myth of middle-class inflation.

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  • They had a lot of integrity and were very self-righteous but no-one was interested.

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  • People in football get extremely self-righteous when discussing the professional game.

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  • That is grand but in practice fundamentalists have got a bad name as they tend to become self-righteous, narrow-minded, stubborn and bigoted.

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  • Let 's not get too self-righteous about this... our staffroom is pretty empty at lunchtime let alone any non-contact time teachers have.

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  • So long as music is not self-righteous, I do n't pass too much judgment.

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  • The Guardian published a rather self-righteous piece entitled The myth of middle-class inflation.

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  • It 's all self-righteous anger, I can figure that much.

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  • The self-righteous man makes for himself a bed of mire.

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  • You see, self-righteous people make two fatal mistakes.

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  • Click here to go back It 's all about keeping your tax costs under control Ignore the views of the self-righteous radio phone-in regulars.

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  • He understands computers self-righteous liberal members less is the to protect consumers.

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  • For its inevitable effect was precisely to stoke the self-righteous flames of imperial power, and fuel their spread.

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  • Should he be a little judgmental or self-righteous, try as best you can to ignore words expressed and focus on the emotions he may be trying to express.

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  • As an administrator Philip had all the vices of his type, that of the laborious, self-righteous man, who thinks he can supervise everything, is capable of endless toil, and jealous of his authority, and who therefore will let none of his servants act without his instructions.

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  • Although he thought Jackson an obnoxious, self-righteous prick, Connor felt sure he had been truthful about him being long dead if they were going to kill him.

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  • Much of Phil's self-righteous indignation seems to be directed at any such enterprise.

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