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Synonyms for brazen

Synonyms for brazen

Synonyms for brazen

face with defiance or impudence

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unrestrained by convention or propriety

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He was spotted walking "brazenly" around the gardens and in through patio doors, which were open due to the hot weather.
A fed-up Wishaw woman has blasted the fly-tippers who brazenly dump rubbish next to her house.
-- With Polynice Fabrice still brazenly sticking his middle finger at the FCC by ignoring its maximum forfeiture of$144,344 by continuing to periodically use the 90.1 MHz signal for the Haitian Creole "Radio Touche Douce," the Enforcement Bureau has successfully entered into a Consent Decree with another pirate of South Florida's FM airwaves.
"So brazenly in bad taste, there are no words," local photographer Victor Dlamini said on Twitter, while other South Africans cringed at the idea of corporate leaders competing to sleep where the Nobel Peace Prize winner once struggled to remain "undiminished."
Burglars Patrick Joseph Connors, 23, and Miles Luke Connors, 18, brazenly smashed down doors or used tools to force their way into homes.
Indian army not only violating cease fire agreement by also brazenly breaching international laws by targeting hospitals, ambulances and school going children.
RANGERS' loan flop Carlos Pena is under fire in Mexico after brazenly buying six cans of beer immediately after training in his club gear.
Unfortunately, the Sindh University administration is reluctant to allow this increase to the retired faculty, thus brazenly flouting the decision of the government.
Judge Neil Rafferty told Sgt Linda Totten that while the public expect police to uphold the law, she had brazenly gone into the branch in Enniskillen, Co Fermanagh, to steal in December.
Leila De Lima on Thursday blasted the current administration for brazenly giving away the country's sovereignty to China following its decision to allow Chinese experts to conduct maritime research at the Philippine Rise (Benham Rise).
Michael Curtis, 46, 'openly and brazenly' peddled class A drugs from his wheelchair in broad daylight on south Manchester streets, a judge said.