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brazen-faced Line breaks: brazen-faced

Definition of brazen-faced in English:

adjective

Bold and without shame: impudent, brazen-faced rogues
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  • There was no danger of her beauty telling any tales; and besides, she could put on as brazen-faced a swagger as the most impudent dog in town.
  • Critics described him as a brazen-faced charlatan and a pious rogue.
  • Neither was she one of your brazen-faced jilts, with nothing but flimsy balderdash in their talk, and a libertine forwardness in their manners.

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