Synonyms for Arrogance:

n.

snobbery, condescension, narcissism. superciliousness, overbearingness, pridefulness, attitude, pride, Proudness, superiority, loftiness. arrogance (noun)
lordliness, haughtiness, highhandedness.
attribute (noun)
haughtiness, lordliness.
exaggerated self-opinion (noun)
conceit, aloofness, self-importance, audacity, vanity, self-love, loftiness, cheek, nerve, haughtiness, airs, ego, Contemptuousness, pomposity, disdain, superciliousness, swagger, hubris, ostentation, egotism, pretension, insolence, smugness, pride, priggishness, braggadocio.
gall (noun)
sauciness.
insolence (noun)
discourtesy, effrontery, rudeness, audacity, presumptuousness, callousness, disesteem, brashness, defiance, insolence, brazenness, impertinence, disrespectfulness, derisiveness, boldness, Contemptuousness, sauciness, irreverence.
pretension (noun)
pomposity.
pretentiousness (noun)
vaingloriousness.
self-importance (noun)
egotism.
snobbery (noun)
snootiness.
vanity (noun)
conceit, self-love.

Other synonyms:

vanity, condescension, overbearingness, Proudness, superiority, loftiness, pretense, pridefulness, self-importance, narcissism. egoism
egotism.
presumption
snobbery.

Usage examples for arrogance

  1. If she had, then it proved that she in her humility was a better woman than, with nothing on his conscience, he in his arrogance was a man; and when he said that, he began to understand, with shame, that in regard to other people's wrong- doing he had always been, as Sarah Maitland expressed it, " more particular than his Creator." – The Iron Woman by Margaret Deland
  2. And observe the arrogance with which he speaks. – Essays on Political Economy by Frederic Bastiat