Definition of bald-faced in English:

bald-faced

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adjective

North American
Another term for barefaced.
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  • He refers to liberation theology as ‘political activism’ that ‘stressed human rights and economic reform’ - not bald-faced Marxism.
  • While I don't think the 60 ‘prominent’ scientists who signed the document are all bald-faced liars, I think they should certainly be more careful about attaching their good names to such a shoddy report.
  • Attempting to diffuse the growing anxiety and anger about the loss of middle class jobs, he made the bald-faced assertion that the solution is simple: More job training.

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