Origin of bold-faced
Related formsbold-fac·ed·ly [bohld-fey-sid-lee, -feyst-] /ˈboʊldˌfeɪ sɪd li, -ˌfeɪst-/, adverbbold-fac·ed·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for bold-faced
Of course, the entire piece was less an exclusive and more a bold-faced lie.
And for the ultimate head case, meet Dr. Frank Petito, neurologist to every bold-faced business name you can imagine.Gal With a Suitcase: New York's Best Pampering Spots|Jolie Hunt|February 11, 2011|DAILY BEAST
Situated in a former 19th-century bank, this place is posh with the clientele and bold-faced names to prove it.
Who are those disreputable looking, bold-faced creatures that are making eyes at you?Figures of Earth|James Branch Cabell
And conspirators they are—but bold-faced conspirators in the face of a dripping heaven.
He had spent the afternoon reading a voluminous, neat, smoothly written, extremely convincing batch of bold-faced lies.Bear Trap|Alan Edward Nourse
But matters it seemed were not to stop here; for from every turning and from every door angry and bold-faced women emerged.
We are taking a trip through the greatest kingdom in the world, the empire of unhampered, bold-faced, threatening sin.The Vice Bondage of a Great City or the Wickedest City in the World|Robert O. Harland