- adj. 厚颜无耻的；明目张胆的；响而刺耳的；黄铜(制)的
- v. 厚着脸皮做；使变得无耻；无耻地对待
unrestrained by convention or propriety;
"an audacious trick to pull"
"a barefaced hypocrite"
"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"
made of or resembling brass (as in color or hardness)
face with defiance or impudence;
"brazen it out"
- It was brazen of him to say so.
- Her toleration of his brazen attitude is enough to show her great tolerance.
- They showed a brazen disregard for her privacy.
- The case of the pesticide plant reflects brazen discrimination.
- He was startled by the brazen notes of the horns.
- Some people prefer to brazen a thing out rather than admit defeat.
She offended him because she was so brazen in her sins.出自： J. Baldwin
I am resolved to brazen the brunt of the business out.出自： R. B. Sheridan