The marquises in insolent attitudes seated on each side of the stage.
… Ask people of good sense if you would know The effect of your fine insolence— CYRANO (finishing his macaroon): Enormous!
Methinks, whimsical, wild, comical as he is, only Jacques Callot, now dead and gone, had succeeded better, and had made of him the maddest fighter of all his visored crew—with his triple-plumed beaver and six-pointed doublet—the sword-point sticking up ’neath his mantle like an insolent cocktail!
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I don’t recommend the hotel. The employees are insolent and unhelpful.