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[せん()·えつ()]
senetsu
na adjective

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[せん()·えつ()]
senetsu

English Meaning(s) for 僭越

na adjective
  1. presumptuous; arrogant; audacious; forward; insolent

Definition and Synonyms for 僭越

Brazen unrestrained by convention or propriety
Synonyms: こしゃく, ふてぶてしい, いけずうずうしい, 不埒, 不躾, 不遜, 傍若無人, 傲慢, 僭上, 僭越, 厚かましい, 厚皮, 厚顔, 図々しい, 図太い, 大柄, 大柄, 大風, 大風, 太い, 専横, 恥知らず, 憎憎しい, 暴慢, 横風, 横風, 無恥, 無礼, 無礼, 無遠慮, 猛々しい, 生意気, 白々しい, 破廉恥, 臆面もない, 野太い, 鉄面, 鉄面皮, 驕傲, 驕慢, かさ高, かさ高い
Fresh improperly forward or bold
Synonyms: こしゃく, おこがましい, 僭越, 利いた風, 厚顔, 失礼, 小生意気, 小粋, 小賢しい, 無礼, 無礼, 猪口才, 生意気
Unmannered socially incorrect in behavior
Synonyms: 不埒, 不行儀, 不躾, 伝法, 傍若無人, 僭越, 失敬, 失礼, 慮外, 無作法, 無礼, 無礼, 無遠慮, 非礼
Impudent marked by casual disrespect
Synonyms: こしゃく, おこがましい, 不躾, 不遜, 傍若無人, 傲慢, 僭越, 大柄, 大柄, 失礼, 横風, 横風, 洒落臭い, 無礼, 無礼, 無遠慮, 猪口才, 生意気, 驕傲, 驕慢, かさ高, かさ高い
Audaciousness aggressive boldness or unmitigated effrontery
Synonyms: 傍若無人, 僭上, 僭越, 厚かましい, 厚顔, 押し, 押す
Temerity fearless daring
Synonyms: 僭越
Cheek an impudent statement
Synonyms: こしゃく, 不埒, 不躾, 不遜, 僭越, 厚かましい, 厚皮, 厚顔, 図々しい, 図太い, 太い, 失敬, 小賢しい, 思い上がり, 思い上がる, 無遠慮, 猪口才, 生意気, 鉄面, 鉄面皮

Meanings for each kanji in 僭越

boastfully usurp Kanji Details »
surpass; cross over; move to; exceed; Vietnam Kanji Details »

Categories 僭越 is a member of

Cheek impudent aggressiveness
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Hardiness the trait of being willing to undertake things that involve risk or danger
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Discourtesy an expression of lack of respect
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