insolence

[ in-suh-luh ns ]SEE DEFINITION OF insolence

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And then her insolence reached its culmination in a query of her own: "Was his name Griggs?"

He excludes "the insolence of office," and "the cutpurse of the empire and the rule."

I asked if this was her own insolence, or her young mistress's observation?

And Mr. Lovelace's insolence will make me go very home with myself.

Not even her wrath at the girl's insolence could wholly overcome her wonder.

"Good-night," he said, with an insolence far too fine for the butcher's comprehension.

I remained there, amazed and confused by the insolence of this ignoble brute.

She may not indeed put on the insolence of pride, and the fool-hardiness of presumption.

There was something like insolence in the way Pete Clancy returned his stare.

As they approached the town, the demonstrations of insolence were redoubled.

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