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bold–faced

adjective \ˈbōl(d)-ˈfāst\

: very obvious and showing no feeling of doing something wrong

: having thick dark lines : printed in boldface

Full Definition of BOLD-FACED

1
:  bold in manner or conduct :  impudent
2
usually bold·faced :  being or set in boldface

First Known Use of BOLD-FACED

1591

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