Arrogate in a Sentence  🔊

Definition of Arrogate

to seize without having the right to do so

Examples of Arrogate in a sentence

The gang is trying to arrogate the public park and turn it into their private meeting space.  🔊

During her supervisor’s absence, Jen took it upon herself to arrogate a leadership role on her team.  🔊

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

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

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

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