impertinent

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impertinent

adjective
Medspeak
Not pertinent; irrelevant.
 
Vox populi
Cheeky, rude.

impertinent

adjective Not pertinent; irrelevant
References in classic literature ?
It is an act of very great impertinence, sir; and therefore I beg you will ask nothing about it, for your curiosity will not be gratified,' replied she, attempting to cover the tartness of her rebuke with a smile; but I could see, by her flushed cheek and kindling eye, that she was seriously annoyed.
He was impressed by Philip's assurance, and accepted meekly Philip's implied suggestion that the painter's arrogant claim to be the sole possible judge of painting has anything but its impertinence to recommend it.
Come away, Impertinence, and don't shock my family by calling me names before their faces," answered Amy, resolving that there should be a home with a good wife in it before she set up a salon as a queen of society.
Before I had time to deal with that, however, he continued as if with the sense that this was an impertinence to be softened.