1. the trait of being rude and impertinent; inclined to take liberties
2. an offensive disrespectful impudent act
Pupils could be excluded from school for insolence.
I've had enough of your insolence , and I'm having no more.
How can you suffer such insolence?
Teachers don't like insolence from pupils.
I'll make you suffer for this insolence.
Peter swept in, with his dignity and insolence.
His insolence is more than I can stand.
I was out of patience with his insolence.
His insufferable insolence cost him many friends.
The surely insolence of the waiters drove him into a rage, and he flung his serviette to the floor and stalked out of the restaurant.
The surly insolence of the waiters drove him into a rage, and he flung his serviette to the floor and stalked out of the restaurant.
The insolence in the fellow's eye was galling.
Hanoi's leaders soon showed that they had lost none of the insolence.
There was a savor , of insolence in his manner.
The words died under the impenetrable insolence of Bertha's smile.
There is relatively little information about insolence, maybe you can watch a bilingual story to relax your mood, I wish you a happy day!
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