crust, gall, impertinence, impudence, insolence, cheekiness, freshness
Meaning: the trait of being rude and impertinent; inclined to take liberties
As little can I believe the narrative of his insolence to Apollo, where he says,
I shall see a lawyer and try to have you properly punished for this absolute insolence."
Here Torres, with crossed arms, gave the whole family a look of inconceivable insolence.
He reviled, in the most intemperate language, their baseness, their ingratitude, their insolence.
'You have had a fair chance and rejected it. We shall meet again soon, and you will be sorry for your insolence.'
If you go near the suitors you will be undone to a certainty, for their pride and insolence reach the very heavens.
"Perniciously indulgent, generally; and when the effects break out in insolence and disobedience, then there ensues a scene.
One leader looked around at us and commenced to bray, but the driver was in no mood for such insolence, and jerked the poor thing almost down.
Each of them was responsible to his country, each of them must answer if inquired into, each of them must endure abuse with good humour, and insolence without anger.
Then they displayed Dunyazad in a second and a third and a fourth dress, and she paced forward like the rising sun, and swayed to and fro in the insolence of her beauty; and she was even as saith the poet of her in these couplets:--