1 The house negroes of the County considered themselves superior to white trash, and their unconcealed scorn stung him, while their more secure position in life stirred his envy.
2 She wanted to feel superior and virtuous about Belle but she could not.
3 Frank, in common with all men he knew, felt that a wife should be guided by her husband's superior knowledge, should accept his opinions in full and have none of her own.
4 In fact, the Circle's rendition of The Bohemian Girl was said by many to be far superior to professional performances heard in New York and New Orleans.
5 It would be pleasant to feel superior to Rhett.
6 Mere display left her with a sense of superior distinction; but she felt an affinity to all the subtler manifestations of wealth.
7 You're hard on me, Aunt Julia: I have never really cared for cards, but a girl hates to be thought priggish and superior, and one drifts into doing what the others do.
8 We townies are parasites, and yet we feel superior to them.
9 I think of myself as so superior, but I do eat and digest, I do wash my dirty paws and scratch.
10 But she discovered that Bea was extraordinarily like girls she had loved in college, and as a companion altogether superior to the young matrons of the Jolly Seventeen.
11 See here: You KNOW you feel superior to folks.
12 My father was the tenderest man in the world, but he did feel superior to ordinary people.
13 He was a superior person, used to this tumult.
14 Whatever the McGanums were at home, here they stood out as so superior to all the undistinguishable strangers absurdly hurrying past that the Kennicotts held them as long as they could.
15 The rest of the association dropped into the theater every evening, and were literary and superior.