barefaced

[ bair-feyst ]SEE DEFINITION OF barefaced

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BAREFACED

Barefaced audacity amounting to childishness of a peculiar sort.

It seemed to me that she was making sport of me with the most barefaced effrontery.

I could be robbed by indirection, but this was too open and barefaced to be endured.

It was clear that Fred was being cheated in the most barefaced manner.

The men were barefaced; one said to the other that it was only just past eleven o'clock.

No, you're right, I'm not shy, for to do that was a bit of the most barefaced cheek.

These imitations are so barefaced as to render them comparatively harmless.

Exaggerations the most barefaced were received throughout England.

The barefaced audacity of the act (like that of a juggler) caused it to pass unobserved.

This opens a door to barefaced bribery and intimidation: some one will be fleeced.

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