Meaning of impudently in English:

impudently

Pronunciation /ˈɪmpjʊd(ə)ntli/

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adverb

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‘That was before composer Kurt Weill came along and impudently chose to ignore those traditional boundaries.’
  • ‘You're a terrible actress,’ Tristan folded his arms and grinned impudently at her.’
  • ‘He looked up, feeling my gaze, and grinned impudently.’
  • ‘He stared back at her; first impudently, then he almost seemed to wilt beneath the strength of Magdalena's gaze.’
  • ‘Along the way, Henri flirted with Geneva by mockingly fluttering his eyes at her and impudently grinning.’