Definition of brazen :
1. Impudent; immodest; shameless; having a front like brass; as, a brazen countenance.
2. Pertaining to, made of, or resembling, brass.
3. Sounding harsh and loud, like resounding brass.
4. To carry through impudently or shamelessly; as, to brazen the matter through.
meretricious, gimcrack, boldfaced, familiar, unabashed, loud, fearless, trashy, brave, metallic, assumptive, presuming, brasslike, bald, brassy, bold-faced, tatty, brazenfaced, blatant, barefaced, nervy, unashamed, brazen-faced, dauntless, wise, brass, bodacious, snippy, assuming, bald-faced, hardy, respect, fresh, attitude, pushy, smart-alecky, smart, sassy, bronze, malapert, flip, contumelious, overconfident, unfearing, intrepid, uppity, snotty-nosed, venturous, flash, flashy, snippety, tacky, pert, forward, unblushing, right, impudent, venturesome, uppish, courtesy
insolent (part of speech: adjective)
defiant, insolent, presumptuous, mouthy, sarcastic, contemptuous, callous, impertinent, outspoken, arrogant, sacrilegious, discourteous, impolite, derisive, bold, insubordinate, candid, outrageous, flagrant, cheeky, disrespectful, saucy, brash, audacious, irreverent
vulgar (part of speech: adjective)
garish, degraded, scandalous, profane, chintzy, depraved, obscene, glaring, crass, earthy, barnyard, salty, homespun, unpolished, tactless, sordid, revolting, low, idiomatic, animal, outlandish, common, sleazy, unbecoming, base, rank, boorish, ignominious, undignified, rude, colloquial, repulsive, raw, crude, graceless, tasteless, coarse-grained, inelegant, ill-bred, tawdry, unrefined, barbaric, broad, shameless, gross, coarse, unseemly, indelicate, in bad taste, clumsy, cockney, rough, philistine, cheap, offensive, vulgar, ignoble, gaudy, brutish
rash (part of speech: adjective)
- How would you like to have brazen models and nasty statues made in the building where your own folks have always gone to church? - "Hillsboro People", Dorothy Canfield.
- He maintained his innocence with brazen effrontery until his hearing before the court, asserting that he was the victim of shameful intrigue. - "The Lonely House", Adolph Streckfuss.
- They gave him a brazen, abandoned air; and a young man who cultivated so long a space between stockings and trousers might be capable of any crime. - "The Princess Virginia", C. N. Williamson A. M. Williamson.