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Synonyms for brazen

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Synonyms for brazen

face with defiance or impudence

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unrestrained by convention or propriety

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Not since 1859 when San Francisco's illustrious citizen, Joshua Norton, declared himself to be Emperor of the United States has anyone so brazenly attempted to become the supreme ruler of the people of California.
The fundamental concerns of the Irish people cannot be brazenly ignored by Dick Roche, Brian Cowen or anyone else.
This is about a person who decided to brazenly violate the law and trample on people's rights.
Angela Quinn, 26, was caught only two weeks before her wedding after brazenly passing the messages to the youngster in front of other pupils and teachers.
Based on interviews with a diverse group of women - the play brazenly explores the humor, power, pain, wisdom, outrage, mystery and excitement hidden in vaginas.
Life is too short to waste your time on something which brazenly recycles the same hoary old cliches, with a cast who are all far too old for their characters.
The pair have been spotted parking their car next to newly planted beds then brazenly digging up the flowers, putting them in trays and driving off.
A WOMAN brazenly walks out of a wedding reception clutching three bags of gifts stolen from under the bride and groom's noses.
Compulsively watchable exploration of those who brazenly challenge the monolithically unbeatable entity that is Las Vegas.
The wild card here is Caesar's brazenly opportunistic niece, Atia (Polly Walker), who is less concerned about the niceties of who will rule what than she is about how prominent her role will be when the treacherously violent birth pangs of the new empire are over.
But the experience led him to learn far more than he'd hoped about how brazenly kidnappers operate there.
The Dublin-based IP provider will be Microsoft's neighbor at the conference, having brazenly secured, early on, a booth position adjacent to the software giant.
TWO girls share a giggle - as they brazenly raid a bank.
The movie's final 30 minutes add stomach-churning nausea to the general feelings of disgust as the filmmakers brazenly attempt to milk sentiment from the fact that the kids' father wants nothing to do with them.
When a gallant chap protested, Watson brazenly chose another two men before selecting a female inquisitor.