irreverent

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Disrespectful, cynical, cavilling, querulous, or vulgar, where one's own feelings, or especially deference to the feelings of others, customarily command silence, discretion, and circumspection
Lacking proper respect or seriousness; sarcastic
showing or expressing a deficiency of veneration, especially for sacred things
{s} lacking reverence; disrespectful, rude, impudent
Courageous, straightforward, having mass appeal, but likely to offend. Challenging the status quo, rocking the boat
characterized by a lightly pert and exuberant quality; "a certain irreverent gaiety and ease of manner"
Disrespectful, cynical, caviling, querulous, or vulgar, where ones own feelings, or especially deference to the feelings of others, customarily command silence, discretion, and circumspection
(Adj ) -not respectful; critical of what is generally accepted or respected
Not reverent; showing a want of reverence; expressive of a want of veneration; as, an irreverent babbler; an irreverent jest
showing lack of due respect or veneration; "irreverent scholars mocking sacred things"; "noisy irreverent tourists"
not revering god
approval If you describe someone as irreverent, you mean that they do not show respect for people or things that are generally respected. Taylor combined great knowledge with an irreverent attitude to history. + irreverence ir·rev·er·ence His irreverence for authority marks him out as a troublemaker. + irreverently ir·rev·er·ent·ly `Jobs for the boys,' said Crosby irreverently. someone that is irreverent, does not show respect for organizations, customs, beliefs etc that most other people respect - often used to show approval
showing lack of due respect or veneration; "irreverent scholars mocking sacred things"; "noisy irreverent tourists
Not giving something its proper respect, especially something that is sacred
adj lacking reverence or due respect
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{a} not paying due reverence, rude
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in a disrespectful manner, impudently; without reverence
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in an irreverent manner; "in the seventeenth century England had known fifty years of doctrinal quarrels and civil war; clergymen had been turned from their cures, and churches irreverently used"
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In an irreverent manner
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without respect; "the student irreverently mimicked the teacher in his presence"
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without respect; "the student irreverently mimicked the teacher in his presence
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