impertinently


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Synonyms for impertinently

in an impudent or impertinent manner

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asked the man behind the counter, impertinently, in my view.
Apparently, Borja impertinently pointed out that since the country is experiencing unprecedented air-traffic congestion at that time, then the scarce resources borrowed from Japan should be spent in more airspace capability, like a new airport, parallel and wider runways and rapid-exit taxiways (RET).
I impertinently told legendary banking professor Raffy Morales I took his class since it was the closest to securities law.
Coverdale stammers even as he speculates, "One subject, about which--very impertinently, moreover--I perplexed myself with a great many conjectures, was, whether Zenobia had ever been married" (3:46).
Moreover, no one but a person ignorant of ancient history, when he meets with that book which he [Geoffrey] calls the History of the Britons, can for a moment doubt how impertinently and impudently he falsifies in every respect.
As a novel, "Pride and Prejudice and Zombies" cheerfully exploited public-domain laws by combining the actual text of Jane Austen's 1813 novel with additional new details that wove in parallel tales of a zombie plague (even impertinently crediting Miss Austen as co-author).
Paxman award: Young Tory Gary Sambrook He impertinently asked the then Labour leader Sir Albert Bore about his succession plan.
It is neither acceptable nor justifiable in any way for the Belgian prime minister to presume impertinently to pass a judgment on an issue over which there has never been a judicial decision or academic consensus, and although he himself conceded that no competent international court has ever ruled on it.
They invade the private household, they impertinently meddle with, and in their blind and besotted wantonness, presume to regulate the most sacred individual feelings.
Armed with a thick Hungarian accent meant to charm the ladies, he impertinently flirts with Corie until she conceives the idea of setting him up with her mother.
The lily is the ideal type of woman who submits to every patriarchal whim and never replies impertinently or belligerently.
Thomas Jefferson, the Senate's presiding officer from 1797-1801, was thus describing actual senatorial norms and usages when he penned the following passages of his 1801 Manual of Parliamentary Practice for the Use of the Senate of the United States: "No one is to speak impertinently or beside the question, superfluously or tediously.
Some neighbours started fires within Syria whilst others recruited terrorists from around the globe -- and here we are confronted with shockingly farcical double standards: 83 nationalities are fighting in Syria - nobody denounces this, nobody condemns it, nobody reconsiders their position - and they impertinently continue to call it a glorious SYRIAN Revolution
What else, then, you expect if not an Indian army chief being impertinently arrogant, blusterous and a bully?