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- adv. In a brazen manner.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a bold, impudent manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a brazen manner; boldly; impudently.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a brazen manner
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But the fact that the woman felt comfortable enough to behave thus and that brazenly is not a good sign, that she feels brave enough to say such things loudly without fear of reproach and rebuke.
Bijou Palace right there on Fourth Street, with her name brazenly announced as author.
Quentin Lee's rollicking sex farce, The People I've Slept With, is the kind of brazenly realistic romantic comedy that makes a movie like Leap Year seem downright cowardly the only time anyone in Lee's film is beating around the bush is when they're wearing full leather.
He met 24-year old Cindy Hensley at a party in Hawaii and although he was still married to Carol he pursued Cindy relentlessly -- "brazenly" according to CNN -- until he divorced Carol and married Cindy less than a year later.
Fake Microsoft Software Sold by Mexican Drug Cartel, Lawyer Says Microsoft Corp., the world's largest software maker, showed a fake copy of its Office 2007 software found for sale on the streets of Mexico and "brazenly" stamped with the rectangular "FMM" logo of the Familia drug cartel to demonstrate the link between counterfeiting and organized crime.
Bankruptcy Judge James Peck ruled that Bank of America violated federal law by "brazenly" seizing $500 million of Lehman's deposits shortly after Lehman's September
"brazenly" seized $500 million of Lehman's deposits, taking advantage of Lehman's weakened condition in the summer of 2008.
“To most Americans,” writes historian Kathy Peiss, “the painted woman was simply a prostitute who brazenly advertised her immoral profession through rouge and kohl.”
Police and newspaper reports contain numerous accounts of blacks brazenly challenging the power of whites to maintain segregated spaces.
While women were taught that they belonged in the “private sphere,” prostitutes traveled extensively, often by themselves, and were brazenly “public women.”
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