impertinent


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impertinent

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

impertinent

adjective Not pertinent; irrelevant
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140(f), as it had with conflated causes of action, excessive allegations and exhibits, and contained scandalous and impertinent material.
My God is the living God, God of the impertinent exile.
First published in the US, "How to Be Parisian Wherever You Are: Love, Style, and Bad Habits," is a humorous book of attitudes and tips, at once pertinent and impertinent, for all women who want to understand what makes French women so unique and irresistible.
He has shown breathtaking arrogance and his demand that the judge apologise to him was more than merely impertinent.
John Hughes, Glasgow WOULD I be impertinent enough to suggest that Sir Alex Ferguson, who will go down in history, should be created a member of the Order of the Thistle?
Just get out of here, you impertinent Spanish foreign minister," he said.
Your question was by no means impertinent, on the contrary very fair and extremely relevant.
I'm hoping to see batsmen given out for being damned impertinent, interfering with pigeons, smelling faintly of linseed oil or simply "looking at me funny".
His impertinent put-downs prompted movie mogul Harvey Weinstein to quip after the ceremony that "knowing Ricky will never work again means a lot to me".
POLITICO THEORIZED THAT [Rolling Stone freelancer Michael] Hastings had pulled off his impertinent coup because he was a freelance journalist rather than a beat reporter, and so could risk "burning bridges by publishing many of McChrystal's remarks.
The boy's very loud conversation consisted of a series of impertinent observations on the girl's appearance, taken in good part by the girl and laughed at by the father and included asking the girl repeatedly if she thought his father was gay, a subject and question he clearly found uproariously funny.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki reiterated that the motto of "change" chanted by US President Barack Obama in his election campaign was just some hollow words impertinent to the country's actual foreign policy.