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- n. The characteristic of being brazen.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The quality or state of being brazen.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Appearance like brass; brassiness.
- n. Impudence; excess of assurance.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. behavior marked by a bold defiance of the proprieties and lack of shame
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Lamar Alexander of Tennessee, spoke out Tuesday against what Alexander called the "brazenness"
He's mostly tickled by the "brazenness" of the companies while my joy is derived from making the lawmakers look silly.
I’m sure there’s a good way to pull off that kind of brazenness while still making it fit in with her character.
The criminal element will go after any woman (these criminals -- rapists -- hate women -- it is lust and anger combined) who looks vulnerable or like a potential victim by exhibiting a lack of confidence; naivity, carelessness and brazenness by immodest dress; vulnerability and innocence by religious garb; and by wandering around alone.
If things seem more serious now it may be because the scale and brazenness of the lawlessness have stretched tolerance to the limits.
Charley's voice took on an aggrieved tone, and he continued for some minutes to inveigh against the brazenness of Demetrios Contos.
Many Americans were dreaming of "the brazenness of Bill Clinton," Zuckerman continues.
By charm and sheer brazenness, he's been able to trick everyone from the University of Pittsburgh to the Senator
Her plight has drawn new attention to the simmering issue of religious coercion in Israel, and the increasing brazenness of extremists in the insular ultra-Orthodox Jewish community.
We'd regularly tease him; our pre-calculus class in particular was famed for its brazenness and be sure we reveled in that notoriety.