impudently

[ im-pyuh-duhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF impudently
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The fellow was unexpectedly vulgar, heavy, and impudently unintelligent.

He halted in his strides, and looked over his shoulder, impudently.

Impudently she strove to emulate his coolness, but did not completely succeed.

They have come down to us from what we impudently call the lower animals.

He was impudently cringing to us and systematically insolent to the officers.

"I stick by what I've jus' said, Perksie," he went on, impudently.

We could hear them impudently singing: "O soldiers, won't you meet us."

"Political economy isn't your strong point," said the consul, impudently.

It was no more than I expected that the bait should be by and by impudently deserted.

Let them copy and write as they please; against or for, modestly or impudently.

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