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Poetic Definitions: arrogant
Poetic Form
Didactic "Graph Theoretic Poems"  

Zedd
Precipitously insolent, impudent, impertinent, brash or presumptuous.
dogmatic
sarcastic
scornful
masterful
overweening
domineering
Certainly not humble, modest, unassuming, demure or unpretentious.
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— Maxine Howard
Yoda
Arrogant: Master, can I change?

Presumptuous, before this poem you were!
Cautious, you have not been!
Haughty, you are!
Lofty, you will unendingly be!

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— Mattie Fletcher
Xenia Epigram
To arrogant I offer this thanks,
     when needing something like supercilious
When I'm writing and drawing blanks,
     I almost settle using imperious

I am in search of more,
     trying to sing your praise!
It's you I very much adore,
     lacking in so many ways.
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— Jared Foster
Waka
Just like the uppers,
they're negligently lofty.
Neither neat nor shrewd!
An accompanist or berm.
Indicating haughtiness.

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— Gabriel Cooper
Verse (modern)
Arrogant

If you need a rhyme for arrogant, you'll eventually find elegant.
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— Elmer Marshal
Unitoum
Arrogant

Consummately
unusual
apparently
inadequate

unusual
skirt
inadequate
jam

skirt
pay
jam
quash

pay
apparently
quash
consummately.
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— Tara Ros
Tanaka
August acceptance
to hypothesize chiefly
recall ratio
To make, acquire or conquer.
Being brash or uppity.

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— Hector Innocent
Rondelet
Arrogant

High and mighty,
negative justification.
High and mighty,
to put on the high-and-mighty.
The name of a constellation,
desirous of copulation.
High and mighty.

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— Gordon Leopold
Quinzaine
Arrogant

Snobs can be several grands.
Can you believe it?
Are they fierce?

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— Lynn Ace
Pi (π)
Can I show a rhyme, furnished so crowds might see
Terse defining sentences, eagerly educating, and oh yet conveyed free?
Lordly or snooty feel all too absolute. But is haughty?
Conceited, proud? - or insolent, boastful? Darn! I excluded naughty!
I reason bumptious and otherwise imperious, but happily ought I
- given meanings so - notations written with equations spry?
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— Jay Austen
Octosyllable
Really pushy and haughty.
But also mushy and naughty.
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— Clifford Ros
Nonet
Being saucy, cheeky or sassy
negative justification
supervisory officer
bloated aristocrat
supercilious
imperious
insolent
lofty
vain
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— Lesly Leopold
Mirror Cinquain
arrogant
lordly, conceited
deferring, suspending, extending
being overbearing, domineering, masterful or magisterial
arrogance
haughtiness
proud or disdainful behavior or treatment
congratulating, gazumping, soaking
arrogant, haughty
pride
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— Bernard Charlton
Limerick
There was a girl from Kafounchu,
She needed a word for manchu.
      Such as the naughty?
      But then thought haughty!
That smart woman from Kafounchu.
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— Ethel Ritchie
Kural
Snob, pride, egotist, upstart
Rooster's proud dogmatics

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— Shannon Gay
Haiku (terse)
Imaginary
supererogatory
impracticable

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— Lois Farrell
Haiku (3-word)
Electrifying
supererogatory
grandiosity

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— Flip Noble
Haiku (modern)
Proud, vain, fierce and rude,
sad, scant, shy, slight, slow, smart, smug,
bold, big, high, haughty.

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— Bryan Harding
Gnomic
Being fierce, wild or ferocious.
Being fussy, pernickety or fastidious.

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— Julia Rich
Fib (Fibonacci)
So
proud
haughty
conceited
supercilious
being lordly or assumptive

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— Eugene Wyatt
Diamante
Arrogant
haughty, lordly
rising, upstaging, assuming
jackanapes, sniffy ..... base, crush
subjugating, quashing, demolishing
shameful, dishonorable
humble
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— Aaron Baldwin
Cinquain - Phrasal
arrogant
conceited person
be sympathetic with
being lordly or assumptive
presumptuous

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— Martha Austin
Cinquain - Expressional
arrogant
and arrogant
nor testily vain
or supercilious by these.
disdainful!

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— Benjamin Ramsey
Butterfly Cinquain
saucy
not difficult
lively and unreserved
improperly forward or bold
flippant
jokes with a double meaning
delicate or sickly
alert system
brazen
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— Andrew Grant
Acrostic - Prefix
 Audacious
rude
reckless
overbearing
grand
authoritative
nervy
topmost
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— Linda Howard
Acrostic - Diagonal
Audacious
Proud
Lordly
Insolent
Vainglorious
Complacent
Disdainful
Ostentatious
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— Ryszard Brooks
Acrostic - Suffix
Megalomania
Superior
Cavalier
Bucko
Domineering
Pukka
Vain
Insolent
 
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— Brian Freeman

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.