Definition of Baldfaced

1. a. Having a white face or a white mark on the face, as a stag.



Definition of Baldfaced

1. Adjective. (of an animal) having white markings on the face. ¹

2. Adjective. shameless and undisguised; barefaced ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Baldfaced

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Baldfaced

baldacchins
baldachin
baldachino
baldachinos
baldachins
baldaquin
baldaquins
baldare
balded
balder
balderdash
balderdashed
balderdashes
balderdashing
baldest
baldfaced (current term)
baldhead
baldheaded
baldheads
baldie
baldier
baldies
baldiest
balding
baldish
baldist
baldists
baldly
baldmoney
baldness

Literary usage of Baldfaced

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1. The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for by Edmund Burke (1817)
"He saw Mr. Tuck, the landlord of the baldfaced Stag, with two or three others, ... Crouch, on being called in, said, that he had been at the baldfaced Stag ..."

2. The History of Signboards: From the Earliest Times to the Present Day by Jacob Larwood, John Camden Hotten (1866)
"The baldfaced STAG is seen in many places : baldfaced is a term applied to horses who have a white strip down the forehead to the nose. ..."

3. Camps in the Rockies: Being a Narrative of Life on the Frontier, and Sport by William Adolph Baillie-Grohman (1882)
"If ever I saw a " stampeded mare with a teakettle tied to her tail" it was the terror- stricken baldfaced one. A collision was inevitable, for the trail was ..."

4. The Account Book of Sir John Foulis of Ravelston 1671-1707 by John Foulis (1894)
"... with a white star on forehead or ' baldfaced ' ; but the word is of French derivation, and signifies a horse with one or more white feet, ..."

5. The Chronicles of Crime: Or The New Newgate Calendar. Being a Series of by Camden Pelham (1886)
"We, in consequence, passed on ; and when we got to the baldfaced Stag, about seven miles from London, and two miles short of Edgware, we stopped. ..."

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