Zoology Having a white face or face markings.(adjective)
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Use "bald-faced" in a sentence
"Mr. Waldman declined to provide a copy of the letter, but said it alleges that Silvercorp overstated its profits, cash on its balance sheet and the quality and value of its silver deposits, which he called "bald-faced lies.""
"City Councilman Jumaane Williams: NYPD Lying About West Indian Day Parade Incident detained by police at the West Indian Day parade said today that it wouldn't have happened if he had been white - and denounced what he called a "bald-faced lie" from the NYPD's top spokesman."
"I first heard about this amazing, bald-faced lying liar over a year ago on what was then a pretty new blog -- a fresh faced, take-on-all-comers tyro named Ace of Spades."