Sur"que*dry (?), Sur"qui*dry, n. [OF. surcuidier to presume; sur over + cuidier to think, L. cogitare. See Sur-, and Cogitate.]

Overweening pride; arrogance; presumption; insolence.

[Obs.]

Chaucer.

Then pay you the price of your surquedry. Spenser.

 

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