But his remarkable combination of grandiosity, self-delusion, and brazen, utter, shameless chutzpah keeps him coming back.
They must have felt hammered by the brazen and bold critiques they have heard these last weeks from the mouths of their people.
And yet brazen bandits prove time and again they are willing to try to return anything.
Unfortunately, to too many managers, that feels like giving in to brazen manipulation.
brazen cherry-picking of the information in this story inspired a flood of “Bush Was Right All Along!”
She was bold, but not brazen; hers seemed the boldness, the directness, of a child or a savage.
With respeck, then, to the barnetcy pint, this is my advice: brazen it out.
A few minutes later Jocelyn came into the drawing-room, where he was waiting with a brazen face and a sinking heart.
Two loud roars, as if from a brazen trumpet, were heard at the moment.
I kissed her to keep her quiet, and, indeed, I felt that I was helpless in the hands of this brazen and cunning woman.