impudence[ im-pyuh-duhns ]SEE DEFINITION OF impudence
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IMPUDENCE
But Uncle Lucien was so certain of the boy's guilt that he mistook his pride for impudence.
In spite, however, of contempt, the impudence of this Frenchman half angered him.
Their credulity increases his impudence: and his impudence overpowers their credulity.
Furthermore it was immediately demonstrated that his impudence had not deserted him.
If you had said next quarter, I should have wondered at your impudence.'
Then Irish impudence must cut the string of that tongue, Florry.
The impudence, the inveteracy of that fellow, is astonishing—no silencing him.
These changes were regarded as impudence on the part of so unknown a man.
Which yet they do with so happy an impudence that oftentimes the civilians envy them that faculty.
You, with the impudence of your class, think you can come to me and bribe me to betray my employer.