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[im-pur-tn-uh n-see]
noun, plural im·per·ti·nen·cies.
  1. impertinence.
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Origin of impertinency

From the Medieval Latin word impertinentia, dating back to 1580–90. See impertinent, -ency
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Historical Examples

  • Here also are the Scottish Commissioners, who every day bring some new proposal to the King, full of impertinency.

    Rupert Prince Palatine

    Eva Scott