How To Use Impudently In A Sentence

  • We're Big Coffin Hunters just like you! "one called impudently across to him. Wizard and Glass
  • So here, you see, a lower court was impudently preparing to try and redecide a cause which had already been decided by its superior, a court of higher authority. Personal Recollections of Joan of Arc — Volume 2
  • Full-voiced, agile and impudently funny, she bounded around the stage, blithely tricking the Forester's vain and stupid chickens, appropriating the old Badger's den, learning about love from the Fox, chomping on a rabbit, and howling defiance at Harašta, who shot her. The Beauty of the Beasts
  • He looked up, feeling my gaze, and grinned impudently.
  • Egregium specimen dent, saith Erasmus, let them approve themselves worthy first, sufficiently qualified for learning and manners, before they presume or impudently intrude and put themselves on great men as too many do, with such base flattery, parasitical colloguing, such hyperbolical elogies they do usually insinuate that it is a shame to hear and see. Anatomy of Melancholy
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  • Along the way, Henri flirted with Geneva by mockingly fluttering his eyes at her and impudently grinning.
  • a lean, swarthy fellow was peering through the window, grinning impudently
  • As the beggars and wanderers went slinking out of the room, some called impudently, cheerfully: Twilight in Italy
  • A sea-gull with slow, deliberate flight and long, majestic curves circled round us, and as a reminder of home a little English sparrow perched impudently on the fo'castle head, and, cocking his head on one side, chirped merrily. Story of a Typhoon off the Coast of Japan
  • Decked out in full make-up, pomaded hair, and impossibly high stack heels, he impudently swaggers through the film in ‘come ravish me’ midriff-baring outfits.
  • Two minutes later they scored again, Harris impudently back-heeling the ball home following a goalmouth scramble.
  • Yet, I didn't understand that she was intentionally disguising her feelings with sarcasm; that was usually the last resort of people who are timid and chaste of heart, whose souls have been coarsely and impudently invaded; and who, until the last moment, refuse to yield out of pride and are afraid to express their own feelings to you. Fyodor Dostoyevsky 
  • Yet, I didn't understand that she was intentionally disguising her feelings with sarcasm; that was usually the last resort of people who are timid and chaste of heart, whose souls have been coarsely and impudently invaded; and who, until the last moment, refuse to yield out of pride and are afraid to express their own feelings to you. Fyodor Dostoyevsky 
  • Yet, I didn't understand that she was intentionally disguising her feelings with sarcasm; that was usually the last resort of people who are timid and chaste of heart, whose souls have been coarsely and impudently invaded; and who, until the last moment, refuse to yield out of pride and are afraid to express their own feelings to you. Fyodor Dostoyevsky 
  • And for the first time in his career, when he smelt burning wood pulp and looked down at the line of messenger boys with a ready-made frown and caught the eyes of Mickey, the "littlest," smiling impudently at him, Skinner's Dress Suit
  • That was before composer Kurt Weill came along and impudently chose to ignore those traditional boundaries.
  • Yet, I didn't understand that she was intentionally disguising her feelings with sarcasm; that was usually the last resort of people who are timid and chaste of heart, whose souls have been coarsely and impudently invaded; and who, until the last moment, refuse to yield out of pride and are afraid to express their own feelings to you. Fyodor Dostoyevsky 
  • He stared back at her; first impudently, then he almost seemed to wilt beneath the strength of Magdalena's gaze.
  • You're a terrible actress,’ Tristan folded his arms and grinned impudently at her.
  • Amidst the wild license assumed by the soldiers of De la Marck, one who was excluded from the table (a lanzknecht, remarkable for his courage and for his daring behaviour during the storm of the evening), had impudently snatched up a large silver goblet, and carried it off declaring it should atone for his loss of the share of the feast. Quentin Durward
  • She is impudently vernal, like Hogarth's more plebeian Shrimp-Girl, and even more fluorescent in her dewiness.
  • I give you "impudently" if we agree the bosoms can be "ample". Pardon my giggles.
  • It was his pleasure -- and seemingly the pleasure and privilege of all lineman's gangs the world over -- to whistle blithely and to call impudently to any passing petticoat that caught his fancy. Half Portions
  • Inspired by this veritable bouleversement, H. Feigl impudently defined philoso - phy as “the disease of which it should be the cure.” Dictionary of the History of Ideas
  • Yet, I didn't understand that she was intentionally disguising her feelings with sarcasm; that was usually the last resort of people who are timid and chaste of heart, whose souls have been coarsely and impudently invaded; and who, until the last moment, refuse to yield out of pride and are afraid to express their own feelings to you. Fyodor Dostoyevsky 
  • A lean , swarthy fellow was peering through the window, grinning impudently.
  • Such was his confidence, that when a moose-bird impudently hopped up to him, he reached out at it with a playful paw. The Wall of the World
  • We went on through the trees toward the caves -- an excited and disorderly mob that drove before it to their holes all the small life of the forest, and that set the blue-jays screaming impudently. CHAPTER XV

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