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  • I have put my self to great Pains in considering this prevailing Quality which we call Impudence, and have taken Notice that it exerts it self in a different Manner, according to the different Soils wherein such Subjects of these Dominions as are

    Spectator, March 23, 1711

  • Pains in considering this prevailing Quality which we call Impudence, and have taken Notice that it exerts it self in a different Manner, according to the different Soils wherein such Subjects of these

    The Spectator, Volume 1 Eighteenth-Century Periodical Essays

  • "Impudence," declared Mama, pointing the sword at me so that I involuntarily backed up although already at a respectful distance.

    Greener Than You Think

  • "Impudence," muttered the count, who was the sharper of the two when sober.

    The Valley of Vision : a Book of Romance an Some Half Told Tales

  • Impudence will not be tolerated and punishment will be quick and severe.

    Job Opening for a Villainous Time-Traveling Sidekick

  • Impudence - You love sex, or you love this piece...

    Listen Up!

  • Impudence in the face of authoritythat I could do.

    Going Too Far

  • The good Knight did not tell his Superiour his Fault, thinking that would be a continual Disgrace and Blot upon our young Probationer, and likewise a sort of Disgrace to himself and his Lady, that any one should dare to have a Thought so audacious, much more to have the Impudence to own it.

    The Lining of the Patch-Work Screen

  • Slippery Sam; he goes off the next Sessions, for the Villain hath the Impudence to have Views of

    The Beggar's Opera

  • So that the young ladies had to cry — “Impudence!”

    The Newcomes

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