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And finally do not make the too common mistake of confounding brazenness with freedom from shame and self-condemnation.
Her fresh complexion contrasted with their painted cheeks; her simple grace with their brazenness and vulgarity.
THE GREAT GOLD RUSHW. H. P. (WILLIAM HENRY POPE) JARVIS
What a contrast to that hoary old sinner Heythorp, whose brazenness nothing could affect.
FIVE TALESJOHN GALSWORTHY
Of one of two things was this exceeding frankness the outcome: either of importunate brazenness or of utter innocence.
WHIRLIGIGSO. HENRY
Lois Montgomery Holton's brazenness had been brought to Waterman's attention convincingly at home.
OTHERWISE PHYLLISMEREDITH NICHOLSON
The ‘victors’ of the Paris Commune flaunted their brazenness.
Even when the three were brought face to face with her for identification she did not lack brazenness.
SHE STANDS ACCUSEDVICTOR MACCLURE
Their celebrated eyes showed doubt for a moment, then a brazenness: Herbert and Henry decided to come in.
GENTLE JULIABOOTH TARKINGTON
There certainly was a daring and brazenness in a young girl carrying on so before a total stranger.
THE PLACE BEYOND THE WINDSHARRIET T. COMSTOCK
With this sagacity of leadership Gompers has combined a fearlessness that sometimes verges on brazenness.
THE ARMIES OF LABORSAMUEL P. ORTH

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