impertinent

[ im-pur-tn-uhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF impertinent

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IMPERTINENT

"None of your impertinent insinuations, you young rascal," said Mr. Davis, hotly.

He gave me some impertinent advice, and, because I did not care to take it, he struck me.

We could have done very well without your impertinent opera.

At all events such a dream is much better than to steal sugar and to be impertinent.

Impertinent curiosity, by the way, we rarely meet with in France.

It is the curiosity of a friend, not of an impertinent busybody.

And I really do want to help you, and I don't want to be impertinent.

As I said at the beginning, I hope you will not think my interference is impertinent.

“You are officious and impertinent,” said I, white with ire.

Nature says,he is my creature, and maugre all his impertinent griefs, he shall be glad with me.

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