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The Aeneid
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  • As sure they will, barbarian, sure they must, If there be gods in heav’n, and gods be justWho tak’st in wrongs an insolent delight; With a son’s death t’ infect a father’s sight.
  • Let insolence no longer awe the throne; But, with a father’s right, bestow your own.
  • He summon’d Eurus and the western blast, And first an angry glance on both he cast; Then thus rebuk’d: "Audacious winds! from whence This bold attempt, this rebel insolence?
  • He claims the bull with awless insolence, And having seiz’d his horns, accosts the prince: "If none my matchless valor dares oppose, How long shall Dares wait his dastard foes?

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  • I don’t recommend the hotel. The employees are insolent and unhelpful.
  • She was fired for insolence.

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