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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishinsolentin‧so‧lent /ˈɪnsələnt/ adjective  RUDE/IMPOLITErude and not showing any respectcheeky an insolent tone of voice You insolent child!see thesaurus at rudeinsolently adverbinsolence noun [uncountable]
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insolentAlthough she didn't actually say anything offensive, her expression was sulky, insolent, and hostile.The band is known for their insolent attitude.Joe was disciplined for being insolent toward the teacher.
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