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(RQ:Shakespeare Midsummer Q1)
2001, Donald Spoto, ''Marilyn Monroe: The Biography'', chapter 1, (gbooks):
- He was instantly attracted to Gladys's pert, fey humor and her good nature.
2009, Hilary Mantel, ''Wolf Hall'', Fourth Estate 2010, p. 333:
- "You'll not be so pert when the Cornish seize you. They spit children like you and roast them on bonfires."
(quote-book). Richard the Redeles,(nb...) The Crowned King,(nb...)|series=Early English Text Society, Part III|seriesvolume=54|location=London|publisher=(...) For the (w) by Trübner|Nicholas Trübner & Co.,(nb...)|year=15th century|year_published=1873|lines=88–90|page=503|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=L-4yAQAAMAAJ&pg=PA503|oclc=499579000|passage=Some p''ar''led as perte · as prouyd well aft''er'', / And clappid more ffor þe coyne · þat þe kyng oweth h''em'' / Tha''n''ne ffor comfforte of þe comyne (..)|translation=Some talked as openly, as proud well after, / And clapped more for the coin that the king owes them / Than for comfort of the common(nb..)|brackets=on|termlang=en
To behave with pertness.
An impudent person.