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Their insolence, luxury, degeneracy had gone to great lengths.
An incident, illustrative of his summary methods of dealing with the insolence of his enemies in authority, occurred at Pensacola.
Perhaps silence was the best retort to her air of insolence.
THE HONOUR OF THE CLINTONSARCHIBALD MARSHALL
It was insolence—brutal, overbearing insolence, with physical menace behind it.
The thing carries itself to my maturer and gratified sense as with every symptom of soundness, an insolence of health and joy.
THE AWKWARD AGEHENRY JAMES
He was, in the first instance, a witness of the insolence with which a certain bishop treated his benefactress Eusebia.
A PHILOSOPHICAL DICTIONARY, VOLUME 7 (OF 10)FRANOIS-MARIE AROUET (AKA VOLTAIRE)
"You must come and see," David answered lightly, declining to notice the insolence.
THE WEAVERS, COMPLETEGILBERT PARKER
I will give him law enough to confute, and he shall furnish the insolence to confront this Attorney-General.
The insolence of the fellow infuriated Hooker, who, nevertheless, knew there was no little truth in what he had been told.
There was no kind of insolence, injustice and barbarity of which they were not guilty.
THE CHOCTAW FREEDMENROBERT ELLIOTT FLICKINGER

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