1. audacious (even arrogant) behavior that you have no right to;
That indestructible, inward effrontery in the meagre fellow was what made men so down on Michaelis.
For them to front an evil with plain speech is to be guilty of effrontery.
The weak gain strength through effrontery and the strong grow weak because of inhibitions.
He was so amazed at their effrontery that he stutters in confusion.
The effrontery of his deceptions inside and outside the conference room could be enraging.
Why are you showing such effrontery?
To act or speak with effrontery. Used in the imperative to express contempt or disdainful disbelief.
He denied with bland effrontery.
I'll see if you have the effrontery to face her.
The United Nations Security Council speedily condemned the nuclear effrontery.
How can he have had the effrontery to say " Piss off! " to you?
He has achieved this partly through sheer verbal effrontery, as in his badmouthing of George Bush.
You crashed my car and now you have the effrontery to ask me for my bicycle!
The politician had the effrontery to ask the people he had insulted to vote for him.
This is a despicable fraud . Just imagine that he has the effrontery to say it.
He had the effrontery to suggest that she enjoyed being unhappy.
He admired the effrontery with which she bargained.
In the Imperial Japanese Fleet it was suicidal effrontery.
He had the effrontery to say I was lying.
One could only gasp at the sheer effrontery of the man.
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