impertinence definition

  • noun:
    • the product quality or condition to be impertinent, particularly:
    • Insolence.
    • Irrelevance.
    • An impertinent work or statement.
    • decreased pertinence; irrelevance.
    • An instance with this; a minute to be impertinent.
    • the simple fact or personality to be out-of-place; inappropriateness.
    • insolence.
    • The condition or quality of becoming impertinent; absence of pertinence, or of adaptedness; irrelevance; unfitness.
    • Conduct or language unbecoming the individual, the community, or the conditions; rudeness; incivility.
    • That which is impertinent; something out-of-place, or of no value.
    • the situation or top-notch being impertinent or unimportant; the health of not being appropriate towards matter in hand; irrelevance.
    • That which is impertinent; that which is unimportant or out of place, such as message, composing, or ways.
    • Conduct unbecoming the person, community, conditions, etc.; incivility; presumption; forwardness.
    • in-law, matter (especially in a pleading or an affidavit) which is immaterial in material, and from prolixity or extent can be so inconvenient on make its existence objectionable.
    • an impudent declaration
    • the characteristic of being rude and impertinent; inclined to simply take liberties
    • unacceptable playfulness
  • others:
    • To treat with impertinence, rudeness, or incivility; affect as with impertinence.

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