Thesaurus / effrontery

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There was certainly some effrontery in such a statement, considering the solemn offer which had just been made by the envoys.
And then he has the effrontery to compare my work with that bureau!
POOR RELATIONSCOMPTON MACKENZIE
Nothing could be more perfect than her manner,—calm, without any effrontery; assured, and yet no sacrifice of delicacy.
And what his cleverness and charm cannot do his arrogance and his effrontery assuredly will not do.
BOOKS AND PERSONSARNOLD BENNETT
There was a dash of heroism in their effrontery that pleased her.
She then drew a chair toward the table and sat down in it, facing Don Luis with coolness and effrontery.
PEPITA XIMENEZJUAN VALERA
With what art he had prepared the way for the final disclosure of his effrontery!
MRS. THOMPSONWILLIAM BABINGTON MAXWELL
Again, Mrs Morton, with uplifted hands and eyes—'What effrontery!'
Both are unpublished even now, even in our days, when it costs men so little to manifest the effrontery of their opinions.
CERES' RUNAWAYALICE MEYNELL
It is true that the effrontery which has characterized Mormonism from the start has been most daring.
THE STORY OF THE MORMONSWILLIAM ALEXANDER LINN

WORDS RELATED TO EFFRONTERY

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