He took the barefaced girl under his wing, taught her new tricks—and then exploited her trust in him.
Miss Ophelia was so indignant at the barefaced lie, that she caught the child and shook her.
The men were barefaced; one said to the other that it was only just past eleven o'clock.
If you hadnt come to me with that barefaced hoax, I should still be wearing a chain around my ankle.
Exaggerations the most barefaced were received throughout England.
I informed them of what had taken place, earnestly expressing my indignation at the conduct of the barefaced quack.
It seemed to me that she was making sport of me with the most barefaced effrontery.
I could not quarter my entire family upon her, it was too barefaced.
I could be robbed by indirection, but this was too open and barefaced to be endured.
Few people are capable of misrepresenting goodness in the barefaced way of saying one thing while they believe another.
Bold; shameless; unscrupulous •Nearly always seen in barefaced lie or barefaced liar, attested from 1850 (late 1600s+)