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1, He had the effrontery to say I was lying.
2, How can he have had the effrontery to say " Piss off! " to you?
3, One could only gasp at the sheer effrontery of the man.
4, She had the effrontery to ask me for more money.
5, The arrogant effrontery of the man defied belief.
6, You had the effrontery to die without a struggle, though it was not too late, even then.
7, It was the sheer effrontery, the excessive assurance of them which got under my skin.
8, Maybe effrontery would dismiss him as too negligible to pursue.
9, One of them had the effrontery to bring a wraith back once.
10, He admired the effrontery with which she bargained.
11, Why are you showing such effrontery?
12, He denied with bland effrontery.
13, In the Imperial Japanese Fleet it was suicidal effrontery.
14, That indestructible, inward effrontery in the meagre fellow was what made men so down on Michaelis.
15, He has achieved this partly through sheer verbal effrontery, as in his badmouthing of George Bush.
16, He had the effrontery to suggest that she enjoyed being unhappy.
17, The weak gain strength through effrontery and the strong grow weak because of inhibitions.
18, To act or speak with effrontery. Used in the imperative to express contempt or disdainful disbelief.
19, The politician had the effrontery to ask the people he had insulted to vote for him.
20, He was so amazed at their effrontery that he stutters in confusion.
21, I'll see if you have the effrontery to face her.
22, The effrontery of his deceptions inside and outside the conference room could be enraging.
23, He was silent all through the meal and then had the effrontery to complain that I looked bored!
24, This is a despicable fraud . Just imagine that he has the effrontery to say it.
25, He might even pray earnestly to Saint Winifred to protect him,[http://sentencedict.com/effrontery.html] he had the innocent effrontery for it.
26, Years later, Ogwen apprenticeship having been served, we began to aspire to their routes, knees knocking at our effrontery.
27, It would be a man, of course; only a man would have the sheer effrontery to do that.
28, Only a person who is congenitally self - centered has the effrontery and the stamina to write essays.
29, The United Nations Security Council speedily condemned the nuclear effrontery.
30, For them to front an evil with plain speech is to be guilty of effrontery.
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