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ARROGATE [ˈerəˌɡāt]

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1. Arrogate comes from the Latin arrogatus, a past participle of the verb "arrogare," which means "to appropriate to one's self." The Latin verb, in turn, was formed from the prefix ad- ("to" or "toward") and …

2. Arrogate definition, to claim unwarrantably or presumptuously; assume or appropriate to oneself without right: to Arrogate the right to make decisions

3. Arrogate, winner of the 2016 Breeders’ Cup Classic and the champion 3-year-old male that year on his way to becoming North America’s all-time leading money earner, has died.

4. Arrogate verb seize, demand, assume, appropriate, presume, usurp, commandeer, expropriate, claim unduly He Arrogated the privilege to himself alone

5. Arrogate's female family boasts Two Year Old Champion Meadow Star as his third dam

6. Arrogate, a son of Unbridled’s Song (out of Bubbler by Distorted Humor) had a lifetime record of 7-0-1 and is the richest North American racehorse in history, with lifetime earnings of …

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10. Arrogate Cause Of Death - Arrogate (Unbridled's Song–Bubbler, by Distorted Humor), the most extravagant North American racehorse ever, was consciously euthanized Tuesday morning at Juddmonte Farms in Lexington, Kentucky, in the wake of experiencing a dubious disease, Juddmonte Farms reported through a public statement

11. Arrogate passes the clubhouse for the first time on the way to a track record win in the 147th running of the Travers Stakes at Saratoga Race Course August 27, 2016 in Saratoga Springs, N.Y

12. Arrogate had a remarkable run in 2016-17 when he swept three of the world's premier grade/group 1 events—the Breeders' Cup Classic, the Dubai World Cup Sponsored By Emirates Airline, and the inaugural $12 million Pegasus World Cup Invitational Stakes

13. Now North America's leading racehorse by earnings with $17,422,600 in the bank, Arrogate

14. Arrogate (v.) "claim or demand presumptuously," 1530s, from Latin arrogatus, past participle of arrogare "to claim for oneself," from assimilated form of ad "to" (see ad-) + rogare "to ask, to propose (a law, a candidate); to ask a favor, entreat, request," apparently a figurative use of a PIE verb meaning literally "to stretch out (the hand)," from *rog-, variant of the root *reg-"move in a

15. 10 synonyms of Arrogate from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus 29 related words, definitions, and antonyms

16. Arrogate: to take or make use of under a guise of authority but without actual right

17. Arrogate It should not be for external forces to Arrogate themselves that role; often, they do not have enough knowledge to decide rightly.

18. Arrogate (Unbridled's Song–Bubbler, by Distorted Humor), the richest North American racehorse in history, was humanely euthanized Tuesday morning at …

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21. Arrogate verb seize, demand, assume, appropriate, presume, usurp, commandeer, expropriate, claim unduly He Arrogated the privilege to himself alone

22. Find 19 ways to say Arrogate, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.

23. If someone Arrogates to themselves something such as a responsibility or privilege, they claim or take it even though they have no right to do so.

24. What does Arrogate mean? The definition of Arrogate is to seize something without justification

25. (verb) An example of Arrogate is to take over so

26. Arrogate, who stood for $50,000 this year, was the richest North American racehorse in history with earnings of $17,422,600

27. Late-developing Arrogate, who in a little more than six months went from unraced 3 year old to the toast of the racing world, ran down 2014 Horse of the Year California Chrome in the shadow of the finish line to win the Breeders’ Cup Classic in one of its most memorable renewals

28. While this was Arrogate’s first taste of Breeders’ Cup success, the colt’s connections have long

29. The government can Arrogate your property when it’s necessary to protect or develop national interests

30. 🔊 Because the toddler believes she can have whatever she wants, she often attempts to Arrogate the toys of other children

31. 🔊 The conceited man chose to Arrogate the handicapped parking spot even though he didn’t have a disability

32. ‘A monarch would attempt to Arrogate power to himself.’ ‘It is doubtful that the US can successfully Arrogate this privilege only to itself.’ ‘We didn't think you'd start trying to Arrogate

33. Arrogate moved on to the 2016 Breeders' Cup Classic at Santa Anita Park, where he bested California Chrome by a half-length

34.Arrogate (verb) The verb Arrogate has 3 senses: 1

35. Seize and take control without authority and possibly with force; take as one's right or possession Familiarity information: Arrogate used as a verb is uncommon.

36. Arrogate something (to yourself) to claim or take something that you have no right to I do not Arrogate to myself the right to decide

37. Arrogate, with Mike Smith aboard, won the Travers Stakes in 2016.

38. Arrogate, winner of the 2016 Breeders' Cup Classic and the champion 3-year-old male that year on his way to becoming North America's all-time leading money earner, has died

39. Arrogate: 1 v seize and take control without authority and possibly with force; take as one's right or possession Synonyms: assume , seize , take over , usurp Types: show 7 types hide 7 types annex take (territory) as if by conquest appropriate , capture , conquer , seize take possession of by force, as after an invasion preoccupy occupy

40. Arrogate's Beyer Speed Figure of 122 for the Travers Stakes was the highest awarded to any 3-year-old of 2016 and was the highest awarded for a race at a distance longer than a mile since Commentator earned a 123 rating while winning the 2005 Whitney Handicap.

41. The unexpected death of Arrogate (Unbridled's Song) on Tuesday was a devastating blow to his connections at Juddmonte and …

42. See authoritative translations of Arrogate in Spanish with example sentences, conjugations and audio pronunciations.

43. Arrogate, thoroughbred racing’s all-time leading money earner, was euthanized Tuesday after complications from an undiagnosed ailment made …

44. Definition and synonyms of Arrogate from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Education.

45. This is the British English definition of Arrogate.View American English definition of Arrogate.

46. Arrogate was born on April 11th, 2013 and is by Unbridled’s Song out of Bubbler

47. Arrogate destroys the field in the 2016 G1 Travers Stakes

48. Arrogate finished third, beaten by less than a length, in his career debut in April 2016 at Los Alamitos

49. A bit immature in the spring, Arrogate turned in a dominant 4 1/2-length vcitory when stretching out to 1 1/16 miles in June at Santa Anita Park

50. Arrogate a Perfect Example of a Late-Blooming 3-Year-Old

51. Arrogate became the poster horse for Thoroughbreds who mature later in the year when he put on a stunning display of racing dominance that captivated the sport

52. To claim or demand unduly or presumptuously; lay claim to in an overbearing manner: as, to Arrogate power or dignity to one's self

53. To lay claim to on behalf of another: as, to Arrogate to the crown the privilege of issuing writs

54. Synonyms for Arrogate in Free Thesaurus

55. 23 synonyms for Arrogate: seize, demand, assume, appropriate, presume, usurp, commandeer, expropriate

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