1. an impudent statement
2. the trait of being rude and impertinent; inclined to take liberties
3. inappropriate playfulness
Affronted at his impertinence, she stared at him coldly and wordlessly.
The driver of that taxi-cab seemed to me familiar to the point of impertinence.
He was punished for his impertinence.
They had the impertinence to say I stole the money.
Now, we won't submit to impertinence from these pimply, tipsy virgins.
Jones was a little offended by the impertinence of Partridge.
Such an impertinence amazed him.
I laughed at her impertinence.
He had the impertinence to demand a raise.
I've had enough of your impertinence.
Impertinence does not become you.
Elizabeth felt all the impertinence of her questions, but answered them very composedly.
Mountains would seem impertinence from that point of view.
His forced politeness sat awkwardly upon him, and approached almost to impertinence.
He got all het up over her impertinence.
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