barefacedly


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bare·faced

 (bâr′fāst′)
adj.
1.
a. Having no covering over the face.
b. Having no beard.
2. Unrestrainedly bold; brazen. See Synonyms at shameless.

bare′fac′ed·ly (-fā′sĭd-lē, -fāst′lē) adv.
bare′fac′ed·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.barefacedly - without shame; "he unashamedly abandoned the project when he realized he would not gain from it"
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From what India has now barefacedly and unlawfully done by nullifying the special status of Indian held Kashmir, in complete disregard of to the UN Resolution of 1948 on occupied Kashmir, it can be concluded that Indian premier Modi in his meeting with US President Donald Trump did not seek his mediation on the Kashmir issue.
n n n n Excellent patter from AFC Wimbledon who, after being told off for not acknowledging arch-enemy MK Dons on their scoreboard when the teams last played each other, barefacedly claimed that the scoreboard was broke when the sides met on Tuesday night.
From what India has now barefacedly and unlawfully done by nullifying the special status of Indian held Kashmir, in complete disregard of the UN Resolution of 1948 on occupied Kashmir, it can be lucidly concluded that Indian premier Modi in his meeting with US president Donald Trump did not seek his mediation on the Kashmir issue.
Their safety and rights must not be barefacedly trampled.
(No such thing occurred during the Marcos regime, not because it was the 'golden age,' as the dictator's heirs barefacedly claim, but because the slightest protest could literally get one killed.)
Bertrand Russel once said, 'Freedom of opinion can only exist when the government thinks itself secure.' The Buhari regime is insecure because it is acutely self-aware of its illegitimacy and its sustenance on rank fraud after barefacedly stealing an electoral mandate for a second term in March 2019.