She was brave, but not too obviously; cheerful, but not brazenly
; and she seemed more anxious to listen to the troubles of others than to discuss her own.
And he suffered enough from brazenly
meddlesome and self-seeking folk, from impudent and inquisitive intruders, to justify some suspicion of old acquaintances suddenly styling themselves old friends, and of distant connections newly and unduly eager to claim relationship.
It was carried carefully from house to house, as if it were itself a child; my mother made much of it, smoothed it out, petted it, smiled to it before putting it into the arms of those to whom it was being lent; she was in our pew to see it borne magnificently (something inside it now) down the aisle to the pulpit-side, when a stir of expectancy went through the church and we kicked each other's feet beneath the book-board but were reverent in the face; and however the child might behave, laughing brazenly
or skirling to its mother's shame, and whatever the father as he held it up might do, look doited probably and bow at the wrong time, the christening robe of long experience helped them through.
While waiting for Skipper to return, Jerry chanced to see the wild-dog brazenly
lying on deck a dozen feet from his lair in the trade-boxes.
He made eyes at her, was taken with sudden coughs and "hems," smiled, smirked and went brazenly
through the impudent and contemptible litany of the "masher." With half an eye Soapy saw that the policeman was watching him fixedly.
I had to throw conscience aside, and brazenly
concede that he ought to have brought twenty-five dollars; whereas I was quite well aware that in all the ages, the world had never seen a king that was worth half the money, and during the next thirteen centuries wouldn't see one that was worth the fourth of it.
I am at a loss to figure to myself, however dimly, how any man - I have not said any gentleman - could so brazenly
insult another as you have been insulting me since you entered this house.
"Then here's to Johnny Plank!" he cried brazenly
, hating the boys more than ever because they had seen him unbend.
While she had every confidence in the prowess of the godlike creature who thus dared brazenly
to face the king of beasts, she had no false conception of what must certainly happen when they met.
They did not ride out brazenly
together in the face of the world.
And then a puny man-creature, Mulcachy himself, dared openly and brazenly
to enter the cage and approach him.
Certainly I would, and I told him so without reserve; not brazenly
, you understand; not even now with the gusto of a man who savors such an adventure for its own sake, but doggedly, defiantly, through my teeth, as one who had tried to live honestly and failed.