brazenfaced


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bra·zen·faced

 (brā′zən-fāst′)
adj.
Flagrantly and insolently audacious.
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brazenfaced

adjective
Characterized by or done without shame:
Informal: brassy.
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I marvel at the brazenfaced shamelessness of PML N legislators when they use words like 'our era' during their speeches on the floors of various houses.
The response by the knights of patriotic history to this revival of Aboriginal history was brazenfaced. The warriors lashed out at a hated enemy as self-indulgent frauds who wrote a revised history not only to maintain their privileged position, but also to advance the political agenda of Aboriginal activists and land rights claimants.
I returned to the Federal Capital pondering over my experience and wondering at the brazenfaced criticism that is levelled by PML N leadership at the changes brought about in KPK.