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brazen outTo face up to or confront without shameRate it:

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she came in from the cold with her bold, brazen, out-spoken, take on the world positive attitude.Speaking her mind, daring to take on/face challenges, speaking up and speaking out, not staying shut to anyone, ready/willing to face whatever life/anyone dishes out to her.Rate it:

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bacon-facedHaving a fat, sleek face.Rate it:

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dough-facedcowardlyRate it:

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dough-facedobsequious; fawning; pliableRate it:

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fresh-facedlooking young and healthyRate it:

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red-facedUsed other than as an idiom. Having a face that is the color red.Rate it:

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two faceddeceitfulRate it:

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Two FacedDeceitful and disloyal; wrongRate it:

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c’est un homme doubleHe is a double-faced man.Rate it:

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full of piss and vinegarExuberant or enthusiastic, especially to an excessive degree; brazen.Rate it:

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golden duckThe score of zero runs after getting out on the first ball faced.Rate it:

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have a mountain to climbTo be faced with a difficult task or challenge.Rate it:

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in a bindIn a difficult situation, usually of one's own making; having a dilemma; faced with a problem or a set of problems for which there is no easy solution.Rate it:

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On the Horns of a DilemmaHaving to decide between two things, faced with the decision making with both the options unfavorableRate it:

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payer d’audaceTo put on a bold face; To brazen a thing out.Rate it:

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Play it by EarTo take ones next move when one is already faced with a situation, to devise or improvise thingsRate it:

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shot across the bowA warning that negative consequences will be faced if something is carried out or allowed to continue.Rate it:

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stick to one's gunsTo maintain one’s position or viewpoint when faced with opposition.Rate it:

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