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brazen
used in Main Street

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Definition
unrestrained by convention or propriety
  • The spring of the plains is not a reluctant virgin but brazen and soon away.
    Chapter 11 (84% in)
  • She had so painfully reared three sons to be Christian gentlemen that one of them had become an Omaha bartender, one a professor of Greek, and one, Cyrus N. Bogart, a boy of fourteen who was still at home, the most brazen member of the toughest gang in Boytown.
    Chapter 6 (9% in)
  • Carol understood that Vida believed herself to have recited minutely and brazenly a story of intimate love; understood that, in alarm, she was trying to cover her shame as she struggled on, "Liked him in the most honorable way—simply can't help it if I still see things through his eyes——If I gave him up, I certainly am not beyond my rights in demanding that you take care to avoid even the appearance of evil and——"
    Chapter 31 (62% in)

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