insolent


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marked by casual disrespect

unrestrained by convention or propriety

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However, council officials who propose such an outlandish scheme should not suggest that there is any other motive than cost reductions, or be so insolent as to suggest that "nearly 10,000 households in Jesmond, Sandyford, the Ouseburn and Heaton have been identified by Newcastle City Council as needing their wheelie bins replaced by larger communal waste bins".
IF there is a more arrogant, more insolent man walking this earth than Justin Bieber may his parents hang their head in shame.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs summoned Ambassador of Qatar Faris Al Nuaimi on Sunday and handed him a formal protest letter in connection with the insolent remarks made by Yousif Al Qaradawi, making use of a mosque in Qatar and its official television network.
For ES to say anyone who is afraid of a woman wearing a niqab should see a psychiatrist is being downright insolent to the general British public who are in favour of a ban.
beaucoup moins que]Le plus etrange dans ces deux personnes [Hamma Hammami et Issam Chebbi], c'est qu'il sont insolent, a tel point qu'ils nous insultent le matin et s'assoient avec moi l'apres-midi
The blood of our brothers is being shed in the holy land of Palestine in the holy month of Ramadan by insolent Zionists," the sheikh said.
Of course, since we're talking about insolence, no man in the world is more insolent than the war criminal Benjamin Netanyahu.
as Washington describes official Syrian referendum on a constitution as insolent.
An insolent teenager's Facebook diatribe against her parents backfired on her in a big way.
Al-Masri renewed call for abiding by the resistance approach, which has given lessons in the meaning of sacrifice and beaten the insolent evil power, Israel.
Several years ago when the then Government decided to treat this as an offence, the police decided to exclude persons up to 16 years old; yet I have witnessed this age group cycling at excessive speeds, causing the pedestrian to jump out of the way, which produces an insolent facial expression from the cyclist.
While his rather insolent response makes the ad appear more humourous, it leaves you vacillating over why you should opt for 50-50.
But instead Hizbullah continues its insolent campaign against the Internal Security Forces, despite the fact that - contrary to Nasrallah's claim that his party discovered the breach of their ranks - it was the security forces' information branch that exposed the spies, concluded Ayash.
Abdullah explained the speeches of March 14 leaders were so insolent that they conveyed Israel' s position with regard to Hizbullah' s weapons.
Foreigners have grown completely insolent," said far right group ELAM yesterday, commenting on Thursday's incident at Larnaca's Welfare Office where Palestinian asylum seekers protested over the late arrival of their monthly benefit cheques.