[ UK /bˈe‍əfe‍ɪst/ ]
  1. with no effort to conceal
    a barefaced lie
  2. unrestrained by convention or propriety
    brazen arrogance
    an audacious trick to pull
    bald-faced lies
    the most bodacious display of tourism this side of Anaheim
    the modern world with its quick material successes and insolent belief in the boundless possibilities of progress
    a barefaced hypocrite
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How To Use barefaced In A Sentence

  • Working barefaced at a greater level of carbon monoxide and a lower percent of oxygen may be permitted when lives are at stake, so that operations can be speeded up and teams will become exhausted less quickly.
  • I'm going barefaced all day trying to give my skin a break.
  • Another positive sign: everywhere today we saw Iraqi police and soldiers walking barefaced among the people.
  • We make things too easy for ourselves if we regard such a statement as a barefaced lie.
  • This is so obvious and so barefaced and it is the chief irritation of the book.
  • A woman today told how a barefaced burglar strolled into her living room as she watched television and walked out with her handbag and purse.
  • When exposed as barefaced liars, they sit back and sneer, as if to say, ‘We lied.’
  • Because he needs a good spanking, on the basis of barefaced cheek.
  • I am wondering if a world crime tribunal sends him to the gallows, will this brave heart face the noose barefaced with the Bible in hand and with TV cameras catching his every expression beaming it live into many homes – I am sure some may definitely quip, what a beautiful sight that would be! What a beautiful sight that would be!
  • Lucien could not endure the thought of appearing barefaced in front of a stranger, especially a person of great status.
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