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used in Throne of Glass

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rude or improperly bold — especially toward someone more respected
  • The king had claimed that magic was an affront to the Goddess and her gods—that to wield it was to impertinently imitate their power.
    p. 31.4
  • Dorian, realizing how close he was to crossing a boundary between impertinence and rebellion—a boundary that he'd been very, very careful to maintain—mumbled his apologies.
    p. 48.7
  • "If we're finished, I'm afraid I must take my leave," interrupted Dorian from beside her, and her head snapped up at the sound of his voice—and his impertinence in interrupting his father.
    p. 70.3
  • It was prying, and a bit impertinent—and she regretted the question the second it came out.
    p. 98.9
  • She was a haughty, vulgar, utterly impertinent assassin.
    p. 102.8

There are no more uses of "impertinent" in Throne of Glass.

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