insolence (n.)
overbearing pride, haughtiness, presumptuous arrogance
2H6 I.i.173[Somerset to Buckingham, of the Cardinal] His insolence is more intolerable / Than all the princes' in the land beside
2H6 I.iii.120[Suffolk to Gloucester, of the Protectorship] Resign it then, and leave thine insolence
2H6 II.i.31[Gloucester to Suffolk] England knows thine insolence
TS II.i.23[Baptista to Katherina, of her treatment of Bianca] whence grows this insolence?

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