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Their very posture—the way they loitered and leaned and lolled about—was insolent. Hollande's idea was regarded as insolent when he first pitched it. Imperious despot, insolent in strife, Lover of ruin, enemy of life! It was an urgency that some saw as bold and others viewed as insolent. This means that the lazy, insolent functionnaire mentality prevails rather than a hard-working energetic one. The insolent familiarity of the language was too much for her self-control. When the sun told how insolent he was, Alexander turned on him and drove him out of the house.
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She called her insolent , and assurance; and said, Begone, bold woman as thou art! There was a certain insolent quality in her beauty, as if it flaunted itself somewhat too defiantly in the beholder's eye. Further Chronicles of Avonlea. He had a manner of adoring the handsome, insolent queen of his affections I will explain in a moment why I call her insolent ; indeed, he looked up to her literally as well as sentimentally; for she was the least bit the taller of the two. Georgina's Reasons. After this they conversed in a whisper too low for me to hear, but I could distinguish the word insolent as if meant to me; and finding I could have no chance of influencing his mind at this time, I retired to my chamber, waiting for the summons of the breakfast-bell, and have written thus far. The Old Woman.
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