have no shame; be lost [dead] to shame; be past shame; be quite without shame; brass-visaged; brazen (as) bold as brass; brazen-faced; have a nerve; have the front [gall; hide] to do sth.; impudent; shameless (beyond description) ; too impudent and shameless
Paley had the cheek to say that he was one of those who had pulled themselves up by their own bootstraps.
To most people, that's downright cheeky: like a man getting a blowjob from your spouse while asking you to make him a cup of tea.
Just like the US and EU almost unashamedly prefer Medvedev to Putin, the Chinese equally unashamedly seem to prefer Putin to Medvedev.
You know, you are pretty brazen for a woman who just admitted, however tacitly, that she just slept with my husband.
Many of the ranchers themselves see all this tourism as a cheeky attempt to commercialism a real and vanishing culture.
Many of the ranchers themselves see all this tourism as a cheeky attempt to commercialise a real and vanishing culture.
"Receipts, receipts" they brazenly shout, trying to hawk fake paid invoices from hotels, restaurants or office supply companies.
"At all events it is something, " he said, "that you have not the effrontery to attempt to excuse yourself. "
I haven't got as much money as some folks, but I've got as much impudence as any of them, and that's the next thing to money.
Smiling to himself, he went on his way, amazed at the man's audacity.