hold oneself aloof的中文意思是: 与世隔绝
I will hold myself aloof From wrong and corruption .
He seemed aloof and detached.
Buyers are keeping aloof.
America had stood aloof.
She stood tall and aloof.
Elizabeth remain ed aloof from the other students.
He was aloof, a loner.
The girl 's manner was aloof.
I will fall, thus I lean against on the desk in order to hold up oneself.
That fellow is extremely haughty and aloof.
He was very aloof with the staff.
He is always rather aloof with strangers.
I am a friendly sometimes aloof person.
He had seemed before a little aloof.
In day off, relax the oneself, examine oneself oneself.
By instinct, he might prefer to stay aloof.
The Government is keeping aloof from the controversy
Clara sat leaning on the table, holding aloof.
The teller tried to remain aloof and calm .
Seemingly aloof, Faye is always longing for love.
Guy became aloof and silent, gazing past Gertrude .
Thomas, of course, was cool and aloof and imperturbable .
She's been like that for days, silent and aloof.
The girl kept herself timidly aloof from the crowd.
This is no time for any man to withdraw into some ivory tower and proclaim the right to hold himself
Many person said I am very proud and aloof, but who knows proud and aloof outward appearance following
He has remain ed largely aloof from the hurly-burly of parliamentary politics.
The aloof composer neither worried nor cared about public opinion.
Then the pugs and the POMS held no longer aloof.
Popeye maintains an aloof and superior attitude to the court.
I believe oneself, For oneself diligently one time.
Care of or look after oneself ; support oneself.
A mark of true nobility is, not to hold one's head high, but to bear oneself humbly in a high station
Sometimes, a man of sense of loss, aloof and a world.
sometimes feel oneself is also pretty bad, sometimes feel oneself also lovely, sometimes feel oneself
Mr Salmond stands aloof from personal attacks but has done little to counter them.
Yet, he was far from holding himself aloof above the ordinary people.
Barry had his nose put out of joint by Lucy's aloof sophistication
She's always so aloof that I don't dare to speak to her.
To know oneself is wisdown, to forget oneself is fplly.