"Because you'd probably have to go to the poorhouse," said Halbert, insolently.
Aggie exclaimed, insolently, and made a face at the officer.
The contrivance, if a contrivance, to get me away, so insolently mean!
"No more than you are, my pippin," answered the traveller, insolently.
"Men do not whistle even for a dog, when he 's at his meals," said the old man, insolently.