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use "impudence" in a sentence

The impudence shows itself in ruling out with an airy levity the practical principles by which men and nations live, because they admit of no formal proof.

The court found that Lieutenant Scott had acted out of inexperience and impudence, rather than mutinous intent, and sentenced him to a
continue in this fashion.

For this reason, he has been criticized for having an imprudent "mania" for reform.

Xiao's friend, the official Zhang Zhongfang (???), citing Li Jifu's support for the campaign, which Zhang considered imprudent, opposed the highly honorific posthumous name of Jingxian (??, "alert and knowledgeable") for Li.

Prudent risk taking is usually beneficial to a company, but imprudent risk taking, particular in the form of option D is not.

He had made an imprudent second marriage to a much younger woman which had added to his troubles.

Her prejudice against Darcy is strengthened by Colonel fitzwilliam's revelations concerning Darcy's success in saving his friend Bingley from an imprudent marriage'.

According to a Missouri State Highway Patrol arrest report, Beatty was arrested at 2:11 p.m. and charged with driving while intoxicated, driving without a license, careless and imprudent driving involving an accident and no seat belt.

And the conservative Catholic pro-free-market Acton institute called the pope's manifesto "flawed" and "imprudent" given the role capitalism has had in lifting millions out of poverty.

Both had been "imprudent" and could have avoided the accident.

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