Definition of insolently in English:

insolently

adverb

  • See insolent

    • ‘‘I think I know what I said,’ I told Darrin insolently.’
    • ‘He is a courtier dancing attendance upon these rare, insolently superior creatures, a fabulist constructing elliptical tales of their strange adventures beyond the pleasure principle.’
    • ‘Confronted by her tears, he insolently told her, ‘Argentine women don't cry.’’
    • ‘These were just moments - a good goal insolently scored, a sudden athletic run from a time when athleticism was still effortlessly his.’
    • ‘Nevertheless, there's enough sharp-eyed social observation and insolently dark humour on display to make the series distinctive and distinctively Irish.’

Pronunciation

insolently

/ˈɪns(ə)l(ə)ntli/