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impudent
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David Copperfield
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  • ’Like his impudence,’ said Peggotty, ’but I don’t mind that!
  • I mentioned what they had said about her, and she laughed, and told me they were impudent fellows who talked nonsense — but I knew it pleased her.
  • ’ ’What foolish, impudent creatures!’ cried my mother, laughing and covering her face.
  • When you take the liberty of calling me mean or base, or anything of that sort, you are an impudent beggar.
  • You are always a beggar, you know; but when you do that, you are an impudent beggar.’
  • ’Go along, you dog, do!’ cried the little creature, making a whisk at him with the handkerchief with which she was wiping her face, ’and don’t be impudent!

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  • She is an impudent girl given to insulting strangers.
  • She has a certain genius, but her impudence makes it very difficult to work with her.

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