badfe'l, surbet, dag'al, qo'pol, qo'rs
Adjective(1) characterized by a lightly pert and exuberant quality(2) not pertinent to the matter under consideration(3) improperly forward or bold
(1) She was an impertinent child who displayed no respect for me or this city of ours.(2) However the compilation fits together so seamlessly that it would be rather impertinent to keep on discussing individual items.(3) There are in these uninterrupted hundred minutes valuable insights, humorous anecdotes, pertinent and impertinent asides.(4) The waiter was brusque to the point of being rude and impertinent , messed up the orders and was not particularly responsive.(5) She discouraged impertinent curiosity with frozen silence and there is an uneasy feeling, as one reads, that one is prying into her chosen privacy.(6) For an agonizing 20 minutes, he politely fielded a volley of impertinent questions.(7) All of us, that is, have a child-reader within asking shrewd and impertinent questions.(8) It is so frustrating that the bleached images of the alien world are so ruggedly handsome and so unjustified and impertinent to the plot at the same time.(9) I suppose you think I'm rude and impertinent , barging in here and insisting I knew you.(10) It seems a bit impertinent to ask if this relationship needs a license to endure.(11) One shouldn't ask such impertinent questions.(12) I have been told by some of the publicists associated with the movie that I'm a little impertinent to be leading any chorus in that direction.(13) The great, the good and the rich rule their fiefdoms without having to put up with any impertinent interference from the people who do most of the work or buy the goods.(14) Dave did something more reporters should do more often in our media culture: Ask an impertinent question, and then try to find the answer.(15) A couple of years ago a bunch of them sat through a four-hour meeting with yours truly and answered a whole lot of questions, both pertinent and impertinent .(16) There's no choice but to speak ill of the dead and ask impertinent questions about the emperor's clothes.
1. rude ::
2. immaterial ::
3. irreverent ::
4. fresh ::
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4. timid ::
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I was told you were drunk,
IMPERTINENT, and thoroughly debauched.
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