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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of brazen.


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  • Not brazened-it-out, or wrapped-himself-in-pridefulness (the surest sign of struggle), simply free, by what conjunction of insight or ignorance I am still at a loss to imagine, from the universal misery of fitting-in - the-body.

    Two Poems

  • “What happens if Lord Kilronan refuses to agree to your terms?” she brazened.

    Earl of Durkness

  • We talked about teenage heartbreak, about Caroline Minton who was now Caroline Keen, and married to a vicar, about the first time we brazened our way into an 18 film, although neither of us could remember what the film actually was.

    Songs of Love & Death

  • I've called my kids in for various kinds of absences over the years, including concerts and plays, and I just brazened through it, whether I thought the school approved or not. liz posted at 10:20 PM

    The turtle with the brains

  • Still, the king kept his fair head high and brazened it out, and Father and I went and stood on either side of him, and all my brothers stood behind us, and no one can deny that we are a handsome family, or at the very least tall, and the thing is done, nobody can now deny it.

    The White Queen

  • No matter; he just brazened it out with forgetfulness.

    A day in the life of Canada's kangaroo court - Ezra Levant

  • James thinks that the reason Fitzpatrick brazened it out here is because the drugs are still missing.

    Deadly Intent

  • Opera brazened it out last week at World Telemedia and I've heard tell along the grapevine that they are in current negotiations with a very large UK broadcaster for a very large phone and text service despite the fact that it was said broadcaster who exposed them in the first place.

    So much to write about, so little time

  • Thankfully, with "Research Made Public" brazened on the front of my t-shirt all that day, this set the tone.

    Conference Report

  • The essence of Christianity is humility, and by the help of God I would have brazened it out.

    Life's Little Ironies


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