Synonym: arrogant, bold, defiant, haughty, impudent, insulting, rude. Antonym: humble. Similar words: insolently, insolence, insolvent, console, insolvency, violent, nonviolent, violently. Meaning: ['ɪnsələnt] adj. 1. marked by casual disrespect 2. unrestrained by convention or propriety.
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1. At these insolent words her anger rose.
2. You insolent young puppy!
3. His insolent manner really got my blood up.
4. The bandit bared his teeth in an insolent smile.
5. Well, he had shown the insolent fellow the door.
6. The band is known for their insolent attitude.
7. Joe was disciplined for being insolent toward the teacher.
8. The blank and sometimes insolent refusal to allow a quicker group through is another malpractice becoming more prevalent.
9. Insolent words uttered in the arrogant consciousness of power were always heard in heaven and always punished.
10. Insolent or audacious in address; coolly impudent or presuming.
11. The cold, insolent voice held an unmistakable confidence.
12. And some of them are so insolent.
13. The reply was couched in insolent terms.
14. Rothschild : ( dying ) Insolent whelp ! Think you've outwitted me?
15. Or as hot. Or as full of lazy insolent flies.
16. Onstage she's ever forthright: raunchy or plaintive, insolent or exalted, underlining her tone with well-timed gestures.
17. They are the more insolent, and it is the nearer ended.
18. The officer stamped his boot. "Don't be insolent with me, mademoiselle.".
19. She is the most insolent creature I ever put my eyes on.
20. They were insolent and overbearing to the servants and friends of Penelope.
21. Although she didn't actually say anything offensive, her expression was sulky, insolent, and hostile.
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22. There is nothing to be gained by being arrogant and insolent. Dr T.P.Chia
23. The union of heaven and earth described there produces a mighty all-conquering insolent race of godlike people.
24. Mr. Carton's manner was so careless as to be almost insolent.
25. Love is not to be jealous of, not pride, and not insolent.
26. Georgiana, a spoiled temper, a very acrid spite , a captious and insolent, was universally indulged.
27. The tone was typical Chandler - half fawning, half insolent.
28. The one who had been driving had long black hair; his insolent good looks reminded Fisher unpleasantly of his daughter's guitar-playing, layabout boyfriend.
29. They proceeded in silence along the gravel walk that led to the copse; Elizabeth was determined to make no effort for conversation with a woman who was now more than usually insolent and disagreeable.
30. In response, the New York Times said "To think that one frail life stands between this insolent, clownish creature and the presidency!"
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