bald-faced bald-faced


  1. (adj) (of animals) having white markings on the face
  2. (adj) unrestrained by convention or propriety


  1. Not many people get away with calling the Central Intelligence Agency a bald-faced liar, at least not when they're speaking to a room packed with dozens of national media outlets.
  2. In the eyes of many Internet regulars, it was a provocation so bald-faced and deliberate that it could not be ignored.
  3. Perhaps it was a bald-faced lie and Progresso had sucked out all the flavor.


  • Hornet nest a sight to see in Salisbury

    About a month ago, the first few bald-faced hornets showed up and started making a papery gray nest on the outside of their kitchen window.Then the Gideon Stoltzfus family made a trip from their Salisbury Township home to Minnesota for a wedding.When they returned five days later, they couldn't beli...
    on June 27, 2013     Source: Lancaster Online


  1. No longer under George Bush's unconstitutional "unitary executive" authority power grab Chalmers Johnson calls a "bald-faced assertion of presidential supremacy..........dressed up in legalistic mumbo jumbo."
    on Oct 25, 2007 By: Chalmers Johnson Source: Center for Research on Globalization

  2. "President Bush's dumping of Mason can only be viewed as a bald-faced and brazen attempt to wrongly manipulate an important enforcement decision by the nation's campaign finance enforcement agency," said Fred Wertheimer, president of Democracy...
    on May 8, 2008 By: Fred Wertheimer Source: New York Times

  3. "We will continue to support the workers in the rejection of this new and bald-faced national fraud," Lopez Obrador said in a speech to thousands of supporters in downtown Mexico City on March 25.
    on Mar 27, 2007 By: Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador Source: Bloomberg

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