Not showing due respect; impertinent; bold-faced (adjective)
Examples of word impudent
I noticed, for example, that old Mr Hardcastle Steve Pemberton - not, admittedly, a highly articulate character - uses the word "impudent" so often that it palls.
She nearly sank upon the ground last night when he called the impudent wench his bride.
What some would call impudent, Teddy said, others might call spirited.
He turned to the soup tureen and placed the lid gently at my side, fixing me with a look I can only describe as impudent.
Goodwin is represented as complaining in these words, “Lord, thou hast deceived us, and we were deceived;” — words which Burnet characterizes as impudent and enthusiastic boldness; but which, if used at all, were evidently accommodated from Jer.xx. 7, and used in the sense in which the prophet himself had used them; q.d.,