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Definition of the noun brazenness
What does brazenness mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: brazennesses
- behavior marked by a bold defiance of the proprieties and lack of shame
Alternative definition of the noun brazenness
- The characteristic of being brazen.
Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for brazenness
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How to Survive Crisis & the Abuse of Power in the Workplace by Richard Werre
Such brazenness is a reflection of those who are empty, pathetic, and despairing. Therefore, they seize on any opportunity to diminish others. Accepting Who We Are Some people will not respect you, 195 RISING ABOVE THE STORMS OF THE ...
Federico Fellini (2007)
His Life and Work by Tullio Kezich
The brazenness is a mark that the project will be successful. Benedetto Croce used to say that a translation can be "ugly and faithful to the original, or beautiful and unfaithful." The director makes a decision to read the book in a personal vein . It's a peculiar book, rather a mysterious fragment that some scholars claim was written during Nero's empire (some time before A.D. 69); others say it was written between the second and third century. Some say the author was Petronius Arbiter, ...
by Robert J. Bunker
An incident illustrative for its brazenness is the May 1993 shooting of Cardinal Juan Jesus Posadas Ocampo by Logan Heights gang members who had ...
Vocabulary Building by Manik Joshi
brazenness -- regret/repentance 70. breakable -- indestructible ...
by Paul Joseph
The brazenness of the attack led the Indian media to term it “ 26/11”—as India's 9/11. Importantly, the Mumbai attack was an ominous harbinger of a trend in asymmetric warfare.
An English-Avesta Dictionary (1909)
by Kavasji Edalji Kanga, Bamanji Nasarvanji Dhabhar
Brazenness, -etjem. Y. 29 $ 1 (M.) Breach, -at), as:-e, m.
A general pronouncing and explanatory Dictionary of the English Language ... By G. F. and G. K. (1802)
by George KNIGHT (of Edinburgh.)
an impudent wretch Brazenness, brå'zn-ness n appearing like brass; Brazenfaced, brâzn-fist a.
by John Walker
Brazenness, bro'-zn-nēs. s. appearance ...
The Prophet's Dictionary (2006)
by Paula A. Price Ph.D.
Wolves symbolize brazenness in carrying out evil, an obvious sexual predator, a rapacious lech, and a devourer. Wolves appear spiritually as chaotic forces and agents of calamity, abuse, and violence. These they promote by devious intelligence at work ...
by John Walker
impudent, shameless Brazenness, brå'zn-nēs. s. appearance like brass ; impudence Breach, brotsh. s. the act of breaking; a gap; difference, quarrel Bread, bréd. s. food made of ground corn Breadth, brédth. s. the measure from side to side - Break, bräke. v. a. to burst; to destroy by violence; to tame; to make bankrupt Break, bräke. v. n. to part in two ; to open; to burst forth Break, ...
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Scrabble value of B3R1A1Z10E1N1N1E1S1S1
The value of this 10-letter word is 21 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.Couldn't select: Got error 28 from storage engine