smuggery

smuggery

(ˈsmʌɡərɪ)
n
the condition or an instance of being smug; smugness
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But Helmet Hair's self-serving smuggery just added "entering into an covenant with the devil of Thomas Cook's" to the list of charges.
I could also do with less smuggery from the BBC, Scotland's metereological maids.
Will this be the same without Piers Morgan's self-regard, Simon Cowell's smuggery and Amanda Holden's think-of-the-children blubbering?
Lesson learned: mourners don't have to be eloquent and a simple, "I'm sorry," can say much more than a galling bit of smuggery like, "Your father's gone to a better place.