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frontless

[ fruhnt-lis ]
/ ˈfrʌnt lɪs /
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adjective Archaic.
shameless; unblushing.
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Origin of frontless

First recorded in 1595–1605; front + -less

OTHER WORDS FROM frontless

front·less·ly, adverbfront·less·ness, noun
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How to use frontless in a sentence

  • A face untaught to feign; a judging eye, That darts severe upon a rising lie, And strikes a blush through frontless flattery.

  • Wretch, this insolence, this show of frontless audacity, will avail thee nothing save to hasten thy doom.

    The Mosstrooper|Robert Scott Fittis
  • O thou frontless impudence, more than a big-bellied actress!

    The Way of the World|William Congreve
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