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Dumb insolence is an offence against military discipline in which a subordinate displays an ... Daphne M. Gulland, David Hinds-Howell (1986), The Penguin Dictionary of English Idioms, p. 125; ^ Philip Richard D. Corrigan (1990), Social ...

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The dictionary definitions for insolent are as follows: 1) Boldly rude or disrespectful 2) Showing an aggressive lack of respect in way of speaking or behaviour

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insolent (adj.) late 14c., "contemptuous, arrogant, showing haughty disregard of others," from Latin insolentem (nominative insolens) "arrogant, immoderate," ...

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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary. 1. (a.) Presumptuous; insulting; haughty ... Phonetic Spelling: (hoo-bris-tace') Short Definition: an insolent, insulting .

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INSOLENT: Review the definition, meaning, pronunciation, explanation, synonyms, and antonyms of the term INSOLENT in the Online Dictionary. What is a 8 ...

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Proper usage and audio pronunciation (and phonetic transcription) of the word insolent. Information about insolent in the AudioEnglish.org dictionary, synonyms  ...

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Translation for 'insolent' in the free English-Polish dictionary and many other Polish translations.

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Websters Dictionary 1828 – Online Edition is an excellent reference for ... Proceeding from insolence; haughty and contemptuous; as insolent words or behavior.

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insolent: Audaciously rude or disrespectful; impertinent or impudent. ... from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition. adjective ...