Definition and synonyms of brazen from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Education. This is the British English definition of brazen. View American English definition of brazen. Change your default dictionary to American English. View the pronunciation for brazen.
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Sadly, however, his review amounts to nothing more than a brazen barrage of protestations and disapprovals. From Cambridge English Corpus.
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He has almost been brazen about the way in which he has taken it. From the Hansard archive. Example from the Hansard archive.
BRAZEN | meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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Any opinions in the examples do not represent the opinion of the Cambridge Dictionary editors or of Cambridge University Press or its licensors. In that case, the lack of consequences was simply more shameful and brazen than normal. There is a great noise, and sounding of trumpets, many brazen speeches are delivered, but the country does not really want this great alteration.
I hope that he will forgive me for being so brazen. How many foreign visitors, fleeced by mock auctioneers, have been surprised that such obvious swindling could be conducted in such brazen and open fashion? Why did he not stay and brazen it out? Is there not something of a brazen , brass-neck cheek about the inventor of the poll tax accusing anybody else on the subject of taxation?
Their conduct has been as consistent as it has been brazen. The referendum is the most brazen affront to parliamentary sovereignty in my lifetime. What is more, he is being particularly brazen. Of all the brazen effrontery, to put those words down there.
Examples of “brazen”
He made a brazen and frivolous speech, and gave a version of history that was both distorted and perverse. Is not the extraordinary treatment of the channel tunnel rail link, about which he boasted, the most brazen of those fiddles? He was, in fact, almost brazen in his justification of the article. American definition and synonyms of brazen from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Education. Show more.
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