1 It was the bold way his eyes looked out of his swarthy face with a displeasing air of insolence, as if all women were his property to be enjoyed in his own good time.
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2 Dazzled by these tales, freedom became a never-ending picnic, a barbecue every day of the week, a carnival of idleness and theft and insolence.
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3 The bayonet-scarred portrait with its high-piled hair, hall-exposed breasts and cool insolence had, as always, a tonic effect upon her.
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4 His insolence is monumental and his shamelessness about his profiteering makes me boil.
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5 She said and did exactly what she pleased and, in practically no time, her insolence knew no bounds.
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6 It seemed impossible that she had seen all this strength and insolence brought low.
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7 Lily drew away with a movement of quick disdain: it was easier to endure his insolence than his commiseration.
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8 But she had no talent for conscious insolence.
9 Sometimes, it seemed to be driven a little way, but it always returned again with increased insolence.
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10 Meanwhile the suitors were throwing discs or aiming with spears at a mark on the levelled ground in front of Ulysses' house, and were behaving with all their old insolence.
11 I know all about her husband, and have been partner with him in affliction, but I am afraid of passing through this crowd of cruel suitors, for their pride and insolence reach heaven.
12 But Minerva would not let the suitors for one moment drop their insolence, for she wanted Ulysses to become still more bitter against them.
13 It was all pride and insolence.
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14 Be it so," said Ulrica, no longer interrupting him; "go thy way, and forget, in the insolence of thy superority, that the wretch before thee is the daughter of thy father's friend.
15 Hilda drove in silence for some time after this piece of unheard of insolence from that chit Connie.
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