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1. Late 14c., from Latin Impudentem (nominative impudens) "without shame, shameless," from assimilated form of in- "not, opposite of" (see in- (1)) + pudens "ashamed, modest," present-participle adjective from pudere "to cause shame" (see pudendum).

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2. Borrowed from Latin Impudentem, accusative of impudēns, derived from pudēns, present active participle of pudeō (“I am ashamed”).

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3. The word impudent is derived from the Latin word Impudentem, which means shameless, without shame. Impudent is an adjective, related words are impudently, impudentness.

Impudent, Is, Impudentem, Impudently, Impudentness

4. Examples of translating «Impudentem» in context: Consecrationi igitur , qua Deo devovemur et santi Deo vocamur , ea sanctitate ac firmitate quae , ut docet Angelicus (9), consecrationis est propria , addenda est expiatio , qua penitus peccata exstinguantur , ne forte indignitatem nostrum Impudentem reverberet summae iustitiae sanctitas

Impudentem, In, Igitur, Indignitatem, Iustitiae

5. Quae fama non idcirco solum emanarat quod iste certe statuerat ac deliberaverat non adesse, verum etiam, quod nemo quemquam tam audacem, tam amentem, tam Impudentem fore arbitrabatur qui tam nefariis criminibus, tam multis testibus convictus ora iudicum aspicere aut os suum populo Romano 2 ostendere auderet

Idcirco, Iste, Impudentem, Iudicum

6. ¶ 12 Leave a comment on paragraph 12 0 hoc brevissime dicam, neminem umquam tam Impudentem fuisse: Latin authors frequently add a demonstrative pronoun to verbs of thinking and stating that introduce an accusative + infinitive construction to give special emphasis to the indirect statement: ‘This I shall say, however briefly, namely that

Impudentem, Introduce, Infinitive, Indirect

7. Augustine writes firmly, but in all modesty-nec me onerosum aut Impudentem judices

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8. Tam amentem, tam Impudentem fore arbitrabatur qui tam so, so much; to such an extent/degree; nevertheless, all the same so, so viel, in einem Ausmaß / Grad, dennoch alle die gleiche alors, tant, à tel point / degré, et pourtant, tout de même così, tanto, a tal punto / grado, tuttavia, lo stesso tanto, tanto, a tal grado y grado, sin

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9. 3 quid si illa tibi non tanto opere videntur ornanda? sed tamen, qui semel verecundiae finis transierit, eum bene et naviter oportet esse Impudentem

Illa, Impudentem

10. Locutions, idioms and examples aliam non minus Impudentem calumniam in forte mea sedulitas … impudens videretur accipite aliam non minus Impudentem calumniam = hear …

Idioms, Impudentem, In, Impudens

11. Hoc brevissime dicam, neminem umquam tam Impudentem fuisse, qui ab dis immortalibus tot et tantas res tacitus auderet optare, quot et quantas di immortales ad Cn

Impudentem, Immortalibus, Immortales

12. ] Noluit solita peccare, et puduit eum non esse Impudentem

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13. Locutions, idioms and examples boves hic bibunt nec minus anseres accipite aliam non minus Impudentem calumniam = hear this other calumny, no less insolent adfero non minus ad dicendum auctoritatis quam facultatis adeo se suis sordere nec a plebe minus quam a patribus contemni adeo, quanto rerum minus, tanto minus cupiditatis erat

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14. Cicero said very well : “ Qui semel verecundias fines transient, eum bene et naviter oportet esse Impudentem ” {Ad fam., v

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15. Catalogus testium veritatis locupletissimus, omnium orthodoxae Matris Ecclesiae Doctorum, extantium & non extantium, publicatorum & in bibliothecis latentium, qui adulterina Ecclesiae dogmata, impuram, Impudentem & impiam haeresum vaniloquentiam, in hunc vsque diem firmissimis demonstrationum rationibus impugnarunt, variaque scr

In, Impuram, Impudentem, Impiam, Impugnarunt

16. I shall be sorry, very sorry indeed for that; altho’ Cicero has said “Qui semal fiores modestiæ transient, hunc bene graviter Impudentem a sic oportetr I must ask your Excellency’s Influence, if in the Course of Arrangements it should fall to the Heads of …

Indeed, Impudentem, Influence, If, In, It

17. Idcirco animal id sagax, cum nihil in ore reciperet, non modo proboscidem demisit sed puerum Impudentem ultum est

Idcirco, Id, In, Impudentem

18. Rogas me? <o> hominis Impudentem audaciam! MEN

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19. Dacem, tam amentem, tam Impudentem fore arbitrabatur qui tam nefariis criminibus, tam multis testibus convictus ora iudicum aspicere aut os suum populo Romano osten- dere auderet

Impudentem, Iudicum

20. Responsionem Modestam Ad Impudentem Libellum J

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21. Late 14c., from Latin Impudentem (nominative impudens) "without shame, shameless," from assimilated form of in- "not, opposite of" (see in- (1)) + pudens "ashamed, modest," present-participle adjective from pudere "to cause shame" (see pudendum).

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22. Impudentem K.a.S, неззя! у бармена-демона уже есть волосатый краб) но вот в бар может и посетить

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23. Impudentem K.a.S., Кромбел сам за себя

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24. Contra Impudentem stulta est nimia ingenuitas

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25. Itaque dea tam Impudentem loquacitatem coercEre statuit et linguam stultae puellae oppressit (paralizzò)

Itaque, Impudentem

26. 18 Cor tuum meditabitur timorem: ubi est litteratus? ubi legis verba ponderans? ubi doctor parvulorum? 19 Populum Impudentem non videbis, populum alti sermonis, ita ut non possis intelligere disertitudinem linguæ ejus, in quo nulla est sapientia

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27. Nihil pene admirer, quam eorum Impudentem vani-tatem, qui frugibus inventis tantopere glandibus delec-tarentur

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28. 19 Populum Impudentem non videbis, populum alti sermonis, ita ut non possis intelligere disertitudinem linguæ ejus, in quo nulla est sapientia

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29. Hinc discimus hypocrisim esse gravem, et Impudentem audaciam quidquid sanctum se simulat coram hominibus

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30. Catalogus testium veritatis locupletissimus, omnium orthodoxae Matris Ecclesiae Doctorum, extantium & non extantium, publicatorum & in bibliothecis latentium, qui adulterina Ecclesiae dogmata, impuram, Impudentem & impiam haeresum vaniloquentiam, in hunc vsque diem firmissimis demonstrationum rationibus impugnarunt, variaque scr [Reprint] (1565) by Wilhelm Eisengrein and a great selection of

In, Impuram, Impudentem, Impiam, Impugnarunt

31. Pl.) sind die Pfauen: Illi impudenti avi pennas eripiunt et [Impudentem avem] rostris fugant

Illi, Impudenti, Impudentem

32. [Eumaeo.] Expelle hunc Impudentem! [Ulixi.] Heus tii, quare alienum atrium invocatus intras? nisi exlbis te feriam

Impudentem, Invocatus, Intras

33. Nasica Ennio respondit eum hominem Impudentem esse

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34. [25] accipite aliam in minore pecunia non minus Impudentem calumniam

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IMPUDENTEM [ˈimpyəd(ə)nt]

ADJECTIVE
impudent (adjective)

  • not showing due respect for another person; impertinent.
Synonyms: impertinent . insolent . cheeky . audacious . brazen . shameless . immodest . pert . presumptuous . forward . disrespectful . insubordinate . irreverent . flippant . bumptious . brash . bold . rude . impolite . ill-mannered . bad-mannered . unmannerly . discourteous . insulting . ill-bred . malapert . contumelious . polite . respectful .

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the difference between impertinent and impudent?

As adjectives the difference between impertinent and impudent. is that impertinent is insolent, ill-mannered while impudent is not showing due respect; impertinent; bold-faced.

What is a sentence with the word impudent?

Impudent in a sentence (esp. good sentence like quote, proverb...) 1. He is the most impudent fellow in nature. 2. How impudent u are to say such a thing. 3. Some of them were impudent and insulting. 4. The teacher threatened to kick the impudent pupil out of the room. 5. She's tolerant toward those impudent colleagues.

What is the noun for impudent?

IMPUDENCE (noun) The noun IMPUDENCE has 2 senses: 1. an impudent statement. 2. the trait of being rude and impertinent; inclined to take liberties. Familiarity information: IMPUDENCE used as a noun is rare.

What is the antonym of 'impudent'?

"a flip answer to serious question"; "the student was kept in for impudent behavior". Antonyms: respectful, backward. Synonyms: insolent, impertinent, wise, smart, fresh, bodacious, barefaced, snotty-nosed, brazen-faced, flip, bald-faced, saucy, brassy, sassy, audacious, overbold, brazen.

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