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impertinent

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

impertinent

adjective Not pertinent; irrelevant
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A few words of whatever persuasion stand impertinently before it.
Former New York Times film critic Elvis Mitchell observes, ``Films manufacture what Christmas is supposed to be in the same way that they somewhat impertinently suggest to us how we should live.
At Arlington Park, Chicago, last month, teenage claiming jockey Liz Morris felt she'd been 'cut up' impertinently by leading senior rider Carlos Marquez jnr when attempting to challenge Marquez on the inside rail.
No one is to speak impertinently or beside the question, superfluously or tediously," Jefferson wrote.
May I impertinently suggest, even when presented by Popes with the best intentions.
Having demonstrated that the future is not a function of the past as summarised in the accounting numbers, they impertinently assert that it is a function of the past as portrayed by multiplicity of measurements.
Impertinently, a "spokesman" for the council said this.
Equally impertinently, I inquire whether as this early stage in his career Pulkkis is able to make his living entirely by composition.
Wrapped in long black chadors, cloaks that cover their hair and the shape of their bodies--but with their sneakers peeking out impertinently from underneath--the young women in Tehran's Shirody Sports Stadium scream out the name of their hero.
A YOUR boss's behaviour is inexcusably, irredeemably, impertinently elitist and unfair.
irrelevantly, which is to say impertinently, and again comically