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Some one present had spoken very wrongly and impertinently of one of the curates, making suggestions of evil in his remarks.
EDWARD HOARE, M.A.EDWARD HOARE
Mr Arnold followed my example; but looked at me, I do not know how—impertinently—as if he thought I did not dislike him.
The question of money, nowadays impertinently thrust forth, was never hinted at in the olden time.
She just lay and stared at me and said, quite impertinently, that she didn't remember ever having met me.
THE WITNESSGRACE LIVINGSTON HILL LUTZ
Never scans a lady's dress impertinently, and makes no rude remarks about her.
A sharp remark to those who join in the conversation of others unsolicited or impertinently.
THE PROVERBS OF SCOTLANDALEXANDER HISLOP
He had the knack to raise up a pensive temper and mortify an impertinently gay one, as he saw them bear kind or sharp language.
THE TOWNLEIGH HUNT
At the door he perceived the usher, who looked at him impertinently, but he merely shrugged his shoulders in contempt.
For the first time since he entered my service I caught him looking almost impertinently at me.
Voices, detached fragments of conversation, came to our talkers and mingled impertinently with their thoughts.
THE SEA LADYHERBERT GEORGE WELLS

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