brazen ADJECTIVE 1) bold and shameless. 2) literary made of brass.
VERB (brazen it out) endure a difficult situation with apparent confidence and lack of shame.
DERIVATIVES brazenly adverb.
ORIGIN Old English, «made of brass».

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  • brazenly — adverb see brazen I …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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  • brazenly — adv. wantonly, shamelessly, insolently …   English contemporary dictionary

  • brazenly — bra·zen·ly …   English syllables

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