a bare-faced lie

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  • bare-faced lie — See a bare faced lie …   English idioms

  • a bare-faced lie — a deliberate lie, a planned lie    His statement to the police was false a bare faced lie …   English idioms

  • bare|faced — «BAIR FAYST», adjective. 1. Figurative. impudent in its obviousness; shameless: »a barefaced lie. SYNONYM(S): brazen, audacious. 2. with the face bare. 3. not disguised: »Figurative. I could with barefaced power sweep him from my sight… …   Useful english dictionary

  • bare´fac|ed´ness — bare|faced «BAIR FAYST», adjective. 1. Figurative. impudent in its obviousness; shameless: »a barefaced lie. SYNONYM(S): brazen, audacious. 2. with the face bare. 3. not disguised: »Figurative. I could with barefaced power sweep him from my sight …   Useful english dictionary

  • bare´fac|ed´ly — bare|faced «BAIR FAYST», adjective. 1. Figurative. impudent in its obviousness; shameless: »a barefaced lie. SYNONYM(S): brazen, audacious. 2. with the face bare. 3. not disguised: »Figurative. I could with barefaced power sweep him from my sight …   Useful english dictionary

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  • out and out — bold, not hidden, a bare faced lie    The advertisement was an out and out lie. It contained no truth …   English idioms

  • Benjamin Lumley — Beginnings at His Majesty s TheatreLumley trained as a solicitor. In this capacity he gave legal advice to the financially troubled manager of His Majesty’s Theatre, Laporte, who came to rely on him extensively. Soon Lumley was taking all the… …   Wikipedia

  • barefaced — bare•faced [[t]ˈbɛərˌfeɪst[/t]] adj. 1) with the face uncovered 2) shameless; brazen: a barefaced lie[/ex] 3) without concealment; boldly open • Etymology: 1580–90 bare′fac ed•ly, adv. bare′fac′ed•ness, n …   From formal English to slang

  • barefaced — bare|faced [ ber feıst ] adjective only before noun used for emphasizing that someone who does something bad is not ashamed or does not try to do it secretly: BLATANT: a barefaced lie …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

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