Impertinence Sentences from Popular Quotes and Books
2. "Cheeky. Carry them for nine months, feed them, clothe them, and what do I get? Impertinence."
Quote by Patricia Briggs
5. "Actually, it's not the impertinence I'm punishing him for, it's that he let other people know what he wanted."
Douglas Coupland, The Gum Thief
7. "There is nothing", answered he, "which requires more immediate notice than impertinence, for it ever encroaches when it is tolerated."
Fanny Burney, Evelina
8. "It is just like man's vanity and impertinence to call an animal dumb because it is dumb to his dull perceptions."
Mark Twain, What Is Man?
9. "His reserve springs from an aversion to showy displays of feeling—to manifestations of mutual kindliness. He’ll love and hate equally under cover, and esteem it a species of impertinence to be loved or hated again."
Quote by Emily Brontë
10. "To the Frenchmen risking their lives to drive the English from Scotland, such a feud seemed no doubt an ill-timed indulgence. To Buccleuch, any comment from a foreigner was a piece of damnable impertinence, no less."
Dorothy Dunnett, The Disorderly Knights