Definition of barefaced in English:

barefaced

Line breaks: bare|faced
Pronunciation: /bɛːˈfeɪst
 
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adjective

1Shameless and undisguised: a barefaced lie
More example sentences
  • As for the glowing testimonials, John says they are ‘almost certainly barefaced lies or they are leaving out pertinent facts like they committed fraud to do the deals.’
  • Mornings were a time of barefaced lies and outrageous excuses.
  • We make things too easy for ourselves if we regard such a statement as a barefaced lie.
Synonyms
shameless, unabashed, unashamed, without shame, impudent, insolent, audacious, unembarrassed, unblushing, brazen, brass-necked, brash, bold, unrepentant
archaic arrant
2Having an uncovered face: his years of working barefaced, breathing down dust
More example sentences
  • A woman today told how a barefaced burglar strolled into her living room as she watched television and walked out with her handbag and purse.
  • Fall's face is more sophisticated than the barefaced sheen of summer - why Brown recommends that African-American women focus on evening out their complexions with foundation.
  • Now her morning makeup often consists only of tinted sunscreen, but the results have even caught the eye of a local liquor-store sales clerk who recently asked the barefaced beauty for identification.

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