insolently[ in-suh-luhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF insolently
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INSOLENTLY
"Because you'd probably have to go to the poorhouse," said Halbert, insolently.
Aggie exclaimed, insolently, and made a face at the officer.
The contrivance, if a contrivance, to get me away, so insolently mean!
"No more than you are, my pippin," answered the traveller, insolently.
"Men do not whistle even for a dog, when he 's at his meals," said the old man, insolently.
"He would n't take any airs with me," said Grog, insolently.
How insolently did they behave to O'Connell in the House till he put his heel on them?
"That much you may leave to themselves," said the boy, insolently.
"No—you mean where it will lead us," said the fellow, insolently.
“That is none of your business, Mrs. Mallaby,” he said insolently.