The quality or condition of being impertinent, especially:(noun)
An impertinent act or statement.(noun)
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Use "impertinence" in a sentence
"And then with more apologies for what he called his impertinence, he took his leave, and I felt altogether very much pleased and flattered."
"“Much impertinence is hydroscopic,” said the speaker on the translator console."
"You think the thing said ‘Much impertinence is hydroscopic’?"