"But the waves will accomplish that—not your very worthy novels," said Lacy, impudently.
The fellow was unexpectedly vulgar, heavy, and impudently unintelligent.
It was no more than I expected that the bait should be by and by impudently deserted.
"I stick by what I've jus' said, Perksie," he went on, impudently.
The truth was that his long and ardent—yet somehow not impudently ardent—look at her had stirred the dust and ashes in her heart.
We could hear them impudently singing: "O soldiers, won't you meet us."
It is useless to observe, that all this story was impudently false.
Now we'll see whether you can defy me so impudently, you sly baggage!
They have come down to us from what we impudently call the lower animals.
"I wasn't born yesterday," said Dink impudently, gesturing with his spoon.