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Synonyms for bald-faced

characterized by or done without shame

Synonyms for bald-faced

(of animals) having white markings on the face

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unrestrained by convention or propriety

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Netanyahu seems to have polished his capacity to connect bald-faced lies, and his ability to shamelessly present them.
It was only when the army chief, General Qamar Bajwa, "launched" himself purposefully that Imran Khan reluctantly packed his achkan, dragged himself off to Saudi Arabia and China with bowl in hand, and Asad Umar sat down to engage the IMF, both making a bald-faced virtue out of necessity.
"There are just the flat-out, bald-faced lies out there today, that when you see a commercial whose whole premise is we have nothing to hide, we are going to tell you that we are just making a commercial....
"Nothing doing," George snorted that afternoon at State's bald-faced attempt to get the glory.
Furthermore (with its implied "tsk, tsk"), Risk of any kind: snooping, filching coins, sneaking booze and cigarettes, illicit affairs, rubber checks, stacked decks, bald-faced lies, fingers crossed behind our back, light-fingered: Pocket the thing.
class="MsoNormalFACT-CHECKERS class="MsoNormalTrump's bald-faced lying, in complete disregard of incontrovertible facts, has become the hallmark of his presidency.
Bomey points to recent trends that have created the perfect seedbed for spin, distortion, deception, and bald-faced lies: shifting news habits, the rise of social media, the spread of entrenched ideologies, and the failure of schools to teach basic critical-thinking skills
Many papermaking hornets live in tropical lands, but the bald-faced hornet lives in the US and southern Canada.
Ultimately my client had more than enough information that his opinion shouldnt just be thrown out as a bald-faced assertion.
Flynt charged him on multiple accounts, from "compromising domestic and foreign policy with his massive conflicts-of-interest global business empire" to "telling hundreds of bald-faced lies" to "gross nepotism and appointment of unqualified persons to high office."
Opposition critics call it bald-faced social control.
It was a bald-faced lie, and British Prime Minister Edward Heath knew it when he told the British people in 1973, via a BBC broadcast: "There are some in this country who fear that in going into Europe we shall in some way sacrifice independence and sovereignty.
These include a bald-faced lie that motorized transportation is prohibited within the monument (hundreds of miles of roads are open to motorized vehicles), that hunting and fishing rights need to be protected (they weren't diminished under the monument designation), and that these lands had been set aside for forest production under the Oregon & California Lands Act (they were set aside for a number of uses, including recreation, protection of watersheds and other priorities, as well as forestry).
Instead, the strategy has been to state, in a bald-faced manner whatever one wants to believe and heap ill-mannered abuse on anyone who cites evidence to the contrary.
The 74-year-old also claimed that the US president had told "hundreds of bald-faced lies" and said he was guilty of "gross nepotism and appointment of unqualified persons to high office."