Hubristically - definition of hubristically by The Free Dictionary
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hu·bris (hyo͞o′brĭs) also hy·bris (hī′-)
Overbearing pride or presumption; arrogance: "There is no safety in unlimited technological hubris" (McGeorge Bundy).
hu·bris′tic (-brĭs′tĭk) adj.
in a presumptuous or arrogant manner
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In fact, Jaffa hubristically
argues that he alone is capable of correcting all the alleged misinterpretations of the Constitution.
, it announced some months ago that it intended to print a new currency.
But, amazingly, it was a flagrant partisanship that he opted for arrogantly and hubristically
to administer his civil strife-torn country.
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The section on Milton is memorable, especially for its defense of Milton against the charge that he hubristically
over-reached his theological brief by attempting to supplement Scripture with his own poetry.