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Impertinence

355. Impertinence

  1. Bunny, Bugs cartoon character who is impertinent toward everyone. [Comics: Horn, 140]
  2. McCarthy, Charlie dummy who is impertinent toward master, Edgar Bergen. [Radio: The Edgar Bergen and Charlie McCarthy Show in Buxton, 7677]
  3. Pierce, Hawkeye wisecracking medic with an insult for everyone. [TV: M ° A ° S ° H in Terrace, II, 7172]

Impetuousness (See RASHNESS .)

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Impertinence

IMPERTINENCE

Irrelevancy; the flaw of bearing no reasonable relationship to the issues or proceeding at hand.

An impertinent question is one that is immaterial or has no logical relation to the issue or controversy before the court.

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Impertinence

Impertinence

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