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1. Tarana blushed at Kiara’s brazen remarks.
2. Still, she didn’t feel brazen around Devin.
3. I didn‘t know he could be that bold and brazen.
4. Best glared at Lynch in his brazen line of questioning.
5. A brazen face, and the conscience of a Karamazov!.
6. This Nehushtan (the brazen serpent) was worshipped as if it.
7. She seemed very brazen and began to inch closer and closer to him.

8. The remark isn’t surprising, given that Woods is a brazen liar.
9. Sodom represents brazen evil followed by the judgment of God from which.
10. From a bulge of window curtains a gramophone rears a battered brazen trunk.
11. We have only to return home and report him as the brazen imposter that he is.
12. She thought about it, considered being so brazen and wondered what he would do.
13. It was probably her husband and Robbie could not brazen it out and ask for Fay.
14. He didn’t want the king to think that he was weak in asking this brazen favour.
15. I was not dreaming, I said, with some warmth, for her brazen coolness provoked me.
16. Friedman wouldn’t be so brazen as to come back and check up on his handiwork would he?
17. With Louie, handsome and brazen, who always seemed to thrust her hip at him, he usually joked.
18. He grinned in the cocky, brazen, unashamed way of his that was turning her on against her will.
19. Which Brazen Grub Street Writer, i’faith, would dare to name a Man-Midwife, or Accoucheur, Dr.
20. Moses therefore makes a brazen serpent and sets it aloft and calls the people by a proclamation.
21. She was more brazen than he had expected, more accomplished and wildly lascivious than anybody he had met.
22. Carl’s behavior wasn’t a shock, but it had grown more brazen and his main assassin had her own agenda.
23. Moreo’er, Horatio had grown infinitely more brazen in the Year he and Lancelot had sail’d the Pyrate Round.
24. A giant brazen stature of a woman naked, except for a brief half sarong around her waist stood between the pillars.
25. Mere seconds later the aerial battle was joined as their wedge carved effectively into a brazen assembly of Maruts.
26. You will have guessed by now that one of those lovely but unwittingly brazen dancers grew up to be a Principessa.
27. I’d wanted him to give the good guys a break, but that wouldn’t give him the brazen headlines that sold papers.
28. And who would be brazen enough to do such a thing? Greg asked sarcastically knowing that Myra had sealed his fate.
29. The Hebrews had the emblem—the brazen serpent raised on a pole by Moses so that the people might look upon it and be healed.
30. On the outer walls there was lodging for the priests, and in front was the portico with the 2 brazen pillars, Boaz and Jachin.
31. She felt certain that he was being so brazen because she knew that he knew she wouldn’t hit him in front of her music teacher.
32. It seemed the Re Che had made a brazen attack on one of the fuchuan at night, but the watch detected them, and they were driven off.
33. But since they did not immediately proceed to plunge their swords into his breast, the brazen side of his character asserted itself.
34. A motion from Yasmela checked his exclamation and, saluting, he took his stand again beside the doorway, motionless as a brazen image.
35. This brazen little woman had just taken out a 300-pound guard with a single blow, then bared her bony back side to save his sorry hide.
36. First were the sons of fresh oil to enlighten and heal, and now the brazen mountains give passage to the dusty death of a blitzing army.
37. God instructed Moses to fashion a brazen serpent and place it on a wooden pole so that those who were bitten and poisoned could look up at it.
38. As the captain was finishing his sentence, I said to myself: "The pole! Is this brazen individual claiming he'll take us even to that location?".
39. She was just off to my right, sitting all alone in a deserted row near the back, taking brazen pulls from a chrome hip flask painted to look like R2-D2.
40. There the envelopes are opened, indiscriminately, with the frankness of a brazen and childish impudence characteristic of some Spanish-American Governments.
41. It was by far the most brazen thing Hitler had yet attempted, his biggest gamble, and a major step toward the catastrophe that was soon to envelop the world.
42. His fair hair turned jet black and he was clothed in the famous Superman suit with cloak, brazen S printed across a broad chest, and underpants on the outside.
43. Field edging hedgerow spotted with brazen blackberry blossom, petals white against the green, issued a mute warning of the shorter, colder days that were to come.
44. She decided not to brazen that out but merely smiled as fetchingly as she could and kept walking, again down the wrong hallway and back to her room without incident.
45. Mulayam Singh may have to shift gears as well—the 2014 elections have shown that his brazen attempts at minority appeasement are bound to invite a political backlash.
46. About a hundred paces behind the young archer, however, were dozens of Anduain invaders streaming over the hill, with a single, brazen elven dominator leading the charge.
47. But, it was only the pleasanter to turn to Biddy and to Joe, whose great forbearance shone more brightly than before, if that could be, contrasted with this brazen pretender.
48. But if we shame this need, fear and criminalize it, then we make it impossible for the needy to come forward, unless they are great souls of humility in a brazen world that shames for profit.
49. He really wasn’t worried about a direct strike from the Dead Tree; Anon’s white light seemed to whither any root that drew near, while Adros sent the more brazen roots away with a thought.
50. When these hot fits were over, however, he would rush tumultuously in at the door and lock and bar it behind him, like a man who can brazen it out no longer against the terror which lies at the roots of his soul.
51. Feeling slightly ill at the brazen attitude of Terence, she focused her attention at the sights that whirled by just over his shoulder then felt his hand delicately massage her waist so as to recapture her attention.
52. Then put his feet in the fire!—why, he is a brazen fool! Break his arms!— He will not tell? Put the whip-cord about his temples!— Oh, kill him! kill him and stop his screaming— Perhaps he had no money—.
53. The warriors and the Marines stood at Parade Rest with their weapons in the port arms position facing the center of the circle where Tsarevich and his group stood angry at this brazen challenge to their authority.
54. Sideways lashed in each of her three basketed tops were two barrels of sperm; above which, in her top-mast cross-trees, you saw slender breakers of the same precious fluid; and nailed to her main truck was a brazen lamp.
55. Sue was impressed by Greg’s direct approach and his brazen lack of diplomacy; which it wasn’t, not the way he did it, when he asked her why it was she wasn’t walking around like all the other beautiful women he knew.
56. As they were dressing, his mother noticed that he was peeping and after the chauffeur left she took my friend to his room, screamed at him that he was brazen and shameless, slapped his face a few times and made him strip.
57. Since ’twas clear that neither Lyes nor Demonstrations of Submission would avail me of any Mercy whatsoe’er with her, I made the Decision to brazen it out—to stand upon my Honour and Dignity rather than upon my Knees!.
58. At the beginning he had had to accommodate himself to existing circumstances of corruption so naively brazen as to disarm the hate of a man courageous enough not to be afraid of its irresponsible potency to ruin everything it touched.
59. As we left the door of our house, nestling in, perhaps, the most peaceful nook in Kent, the sky, after weeks of perfectly brazen serenity, veiled its blue depths and started to weep fine tears for the refreshment of the parched fields.
60. Marrying barely a year after Frank’s death and she had killed him! And marrying that Butler man who owned a brothel and who was in with the Yankees and endured, but the brazen combination of Scarlett and Rhett was too much to be borne.
61. He had never been so fascinated with someone’s brain before, and brazen females weren’t his type, but Mallika was the opposite of everything he had ever dreamt about in any sort of partner, not that he had spent much time fantasizing.
62. I’d been to strip clubs before—back in the ’90s when it was considered brazen, back when women were dumb enough to think it was sexy, standing around pretending to be hot for women because men thought it was hot if you were hot for women.
63. Feltus knew that evil women were sometimes the most malevolent creatures capable of committing almost any crime over which they felt no remorse; however, to his knowledge she had no motive for wanting Terence Underwood dead other than his brazen behaviour towards her at the ball.
64. But what if he was caught? He hadn’t killed anyone and he knew that there was a chance that his story would be so ridiculous and brazen that Tulip and the general public might see pity in his punishment; either that, or an uncertain future slogging it out under the hot Australian sun.
65. There was a dosshouse in Marlborough street, Mrs Maloney's, but it was only a tanner touch and full of undesirables but M'Conachie told him you got a decent enough do in the Brazen Head over in Winetavern street (which was distantly suggestive to the person addressed of friar Bacon) for a bob.
66. They were all displayed in that chamber of the Castle into which I had been first inducted, and which served, not only as the general sitting-room but as the kitchen too, if I might judge from a saucepan on the hob, and a brazen bijou over the fireplace designed for the suspension of a roasting-jack.
67. On what does the war of Troy turn? On Helen's garter, parbleu! Why did they fight, why did Diomed the divine break over the head of Meriones that great brazen helmet of ten points? why did Achilles and Hector hew each other up with vast blows of their lances? Because Helen allowed Paris to take her garter.
68. As IDEA notes: In many African countries Governing parties' use of state resources, with evident impunity, and their brazen demand for and acceptance of kickbacks explain much of the apparent electoral impregnability of many African governing parties, even those with clear records of economic and human rights failures.
69. Amazed at the sight, he descended into the opening, where, among other marvels, he beheld a hollow brazen horse, having doors, at which he stooping and looking in saw a dead body of stature, as appeared to him, more than human, and having nothing on but a gold ring; this he took from the finger of the dead and reascended.
70. At that word from Cambronne, the English voice responded, "Fire!" The batteries flamed, the hill trembled, from all those brazen mouths belched a last terrible gush of grape-shot; a vast volume of smoke, vaguely white in the light of the rising moon, rolled out, and when the smoke dispersed, there was no longer anything there.
71. It was not at the agonized contortions and posturing of the wretched boy that he was shocked, but at the cosmic obscenity of these beings which could drag to light the abysmal secrets that sleep in the unfathomed darkness of the human soul, and find pleasure in the brazen flaunting of such things as should not be hinted at, even in restless nightmares.
72. What fascinating inebriation impregnates the soul and the hearts in the closeness of a celebration! It seems that the problems flee, frightened, terrified, by the deafening noise of the scandalous music and the brazen laughter of those who have been invited to with flamboyance, devouring bottles and bottles of champagne and succulent mussels on toasted buns.
73. The Queen of Denmark, a very buxom lady, though no doubt historically brazen, was considered by the public to have too much brass about her; her chin being attached to her diadem by a broad band of that metal (as if she had a gorgeous toothache), her waist being encircled by another, and each of her arms by another, so that she was openly mentioned as the kettle-drum.
74. This is in sharp contrast with the brazen neglect of students’ welfare, which has severally led to incidence of students’ strike that ends up disrupting academic calendar and school curriculum, of course at the detriment of students and their hapless parents, who perennially struggle to fund endless academic pursuits hoping that one day their children would pass out.
75. Moreover, she had the boarders' meal to see to, and that of the doctor, his wife, and their servant; the billiard-room was echoing with bursts of laughter; three millers in a small parlour were calling for brandy; the wood was blazing, the brazen pan was hissing, and on the long kitchen table, amid the quarters of raw mutton, rose piles of plates that rattled with the shaking of the block on which spinach was being chopped.
76. What right had the unclean and stupid farmer, whose farm abutted on this sky water, whose shores he has ruthlessly laid bare, to give his name to it? Some skin-flint, who loved better the reflecting surface of a dollar, or a bright cent, in which he could see his own brazen face; who regarded even the wild ducks which settled in it as trespassers; his fingers grown into crooked and bony talons from the long habit of grasping harpy-like;—so it is not named for me.
77. Military officers destitute of military knowledge; naval officers with no idea of a ship; civil officers without a notion of affairs; brazen ecclesiastics, of the worst world worldly, with sensual eyes, loose tongues, and looser lives; all totally unfit for their several callings, all lying horribly in pretending to belong to them, but all nearly or remotely of the order of Monseigneur, and therefore foisted on all public employments from which anything was to be got; these were to be told off by the score and the score.
78. The doctrine that our eternal life is in the Christ will, as the experience of many now attests, corroborate that faith which 'conquers the world’—a faith which, rooted in stable conviction, will not forsake men in difficulties, will seem not less true when beset with temptation than when the heart is 'lifted up in the ways of the Lord;’ not less true when we look upon the thoughtless crowds of great cities, or the brazen face of apostate Christendom, than when we muse in secret, or gaze on the sweet countenance of Nature.
79. Now thousands of feet and bayonets moved and halted at the officers’ command, turned with banners flying, formed up at intervals, and wheeled round other similar masses of infantry in different uniforms; now was heard the rhythmic beat of hoofs and the jingling of showy cavalry in blue, red, and green braided uniforms, with smartly dressed bandsmen in front mounted on black, roan, or gray horses; then again, spreading out with the brazen clatter of the polished shining cannon that quivered on the gun carriages and with the smell of linstocks, came the artillery which crawled between the infantry and cavalry and took up its appointed position.
80. And again I said: Lord thereafter what will You do? And I heard a voice saying to me: Hear righteous John; Then shall appear the denier and he who is set apart in the darkness who is called Antichrist; And again I said: Lord reveal to me what he is like; And I heard a voice saying to me: The appearance of his face is dusky; the hairs of his head are sharp like darts; his eyebrows like a wild beast's; his right eye like the star which rises in the morning and the other like a lion's; his mouth about one cubit; his teeth span long; his fingers like scythes; the print of his feet of two spans; and on his face an inscription Antichrist; he shall be exalted even to Heaven and shall be thrown down even to Hades making false displays; And then will I make the Heaven brazen so that it shall not give moisture on the Earth; and I will hide the clouds in secret places so that they shall not bring moisture on the Earth; and I will command the horns of the wind so that the wind shall not blow on the Earth.

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1. He brazened it out on the strength of his reputation with very fair success.
2. He brazened it out when sources revealed he’d been backing the Contra guerrillas fighting the socialist government of Nicaragua with the profits from illegal sales to, er, Iran and got away with it (see Chapter 13 for more about Nicaragua).
3. He’s noan feared o’ t’ bench o’ judges, norther Paul, nur Peter, nur John, nur Matthew, nor noan on ’em, not he! He fair likes—he langs to set his brazened face agean ’em! And yon bonny lad Heathcliff, yah mind, he’s a rare ’un.

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Synonyms for brazen

brazen audacious barefaced bodacious brassy insolent

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