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impudent
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Nicholas Nickleby
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  • ’Confound his impudence!’ muttered Squeers, rapping the stair-rail impatiently with his cane.
  • The Yorkshireman assented—apparently quite overwhelmed by the new usher’s impudence—and Miss Squeers darted a spiteful look at her friend, and giggled convulsively.
  • ’Confound his impudence!’ said Nicholas, firing immediately.
  • ’So Richard Turpin, Tom King, and Jerry Abershaw have handed down to fame the names of those on whom they committed their most impudent robberies?’ said Nicholas.
  • Never let her speak to me again; never let anybody who is a friend of mine speak to her; a slut, a hussy, an impudent artful hussy!’

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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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