pert, presuming, brazen-faced, saucy, wise, chic, brazen, invigorated, extraneous, smart, clean, knowing, forward, wise to, immaterial, novel, assuming, refreshful, snippety, presumptuous, audacious, brassy, smart-alecky, reinvigorated, courtesy, voguish, cheeky, fresh, unfermented, overbold, uppish, refreshed, brisk, bodacious, malapert, sassy, bright, bold, boldfaced, study at impertinent, new, refreshing, attitude, tonic, snotty-nosed, orthogonal, uppity, snippy, pushy, judicious, unused, bracing, nervy, rude, brash, sweet, bald-faced, assumptive, overconfident, flip, heady, contumelious, barefaced, familiar
disrespectful (part of speech: adjective)
- I've been tellin' him he's not to be lickin' that Jim Barrows if he is impudent to him." - "The Widow O'Callaghan's Boys", Gulielma Zollinger.
- " Harvey, he's making fun of us, too," " The impudent thing," exclaimed Harvey, jumping down. - "A Little Florida Lady", Dorothy C. Paine.
- Hardly: I have given the Count a heavy blow and called him an impudent fellow, and shall stand to that, of course, if it should come to any explanation; but do not worry about that. - "The Sign of Flame", E. Werner.