Before I got fired I was gnawing at the edges of my expressiveness or my brazenness.
But for some energy suppliers, this bill won't inhibit Wall Street's brazenness.
“The brazenness is shocking,” Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance rightly said.
This brazenness is earning Israel something unusual: the near universal, if provisional, sympathy of Western nations.
Their celebrated eyes showed doubt for a moment, then a brazenness: Herbert and Henry decided to come in.
The ‘victors’ of the Paris Commune flaunted their brazenness.
He had a mirthless sense of enjoyment in his own brazenness.
"To those who don't understand," he had the brazenness to say.
He left, no doubt, as much amazed at my assurance as I was at the brazenness of his request.
It was the vulgarity and brazenness of the New York grisette breaking out, or the spangles and sawdust of the circus-rider.