Behavior or language that is boldly arrogant or offensive;effrontery.
I took the liberty of borrowing your bicycle while you were away.
On the other hand, these broadcasts and newspapers pull out all the stops in slandering and vilifying some of our friends.
You presume to jest with me in this free manner.
he presumptuously overstepped the doctor's orders.
She had the sauce to say she'd never go there again.
"Oh, if you are going to be hateful and rude enough to bring that up again!
You have been drinking rum; you have had a stroke, precisely as I told you;
To throw(oneself)into an activity with abandon and energy.
He was the more surprised at his daughter's wanton play of a fixed idea.
A young poet made an irresponsible speech at Beijing Normal University.
Dr. Ramsay, opening his mouth, threw back his head and laughed immoderately.
In a forbidden black magic rite, he touched Az by accident, and young Dutin dared to ask Az for power.
she cried, taken aback and now determined that he should take some liberty.
a great piece of presumption
极为冒昧 [无礼,放肆] 的事
The licence shown by the invaders.
To take a liberty would call down her Majesty's wrath.
They are the more insolent, and it is the nearer ended.