When you look at someone with disdain, this is an example of a time when you look at him imperiously.
Her boss was one who spoke unfairly and imperiously to his coworkers.
He rang the front bell imperiously, and loudly demanded immediate attention.
"You must leave now," she demanded imperiously.
Bismarck, however, once more was obliged to oppose the current of national feeling, which imperiously demanded that the German duchies should be rescued from a foreign yoke.
It bothers me when peple treat me imperiously for no reason.