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impudent
used in Pride and Prejudice

4 uses
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Definition
improperly bold or disrespectful — especially toward someone who is older or considered to be of higher status
  • I will not encourage the impudence of either, by receiving them at Longbourn.
    Chapter 50 (40% in)
  • Elizabeth had not before believed him quite equal to such assurance; but she sat down, resolving within herself to draw no limits in future to the impudence of an impudent man.
    Chapter 51 (18% in)
  • Elizabeth had not before believed him quite equal to such assurance; but she sat down, resolving within herself to draw no limits in future to the impudence of an impudent man.
    Chapter 51 (18% in)
  • Nay, when I read a letter of his, I cannot help giving him the preference even over Wickham, much as I value the impudence and hypocrisy of my son-in-law.
    Chapter 57 (93% in)

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