impudence

Part of speech: adverb

Impudently.

Part of speech: noun

Effrontery; shamelessness.

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Usage examples "impudence":

  1. He had eyes set somewhat close together, a well trimmed short black beard, and an expression in which I seemed to read impudence and certainly read suspicion. - "The Man From the Clouds", J. Storer Clouston.
  2. And, his impudence, to say the least of it, is such as I never met with before. - "The Guilty River", Wilkie Collins.
  3. Pinkey, amazed by Chook's impudence and annoyed that her lover should cut so poor a figure, encouraged him, with the feminine delight in playing with fire. - "Jonah", Louis Stone.