Definition Of effrontery
insolent or impertinent behavior.
one juror had the effrontery to challenge the coroner's decision
Example Of effrontery
A lot of it's just effrontery , sheer brazen nerve, and a sort of monstrous cockiness.
As for this ‘cross party reform group’, I can think of nothing less democratic or more dangerous; and what effrontery to ask us to support them.
But O'Duffy's admiration for the sheer effrontery of the man persisted, and he arranged for another trial to be held in conjunction with the Irish championships.
But the police and a jingoistic public ensure that such effrontery is suitably decried and the witnesses end up regretting having spoken the truth.
Even the French, accustomed to such effrontery from their leaders, especially their current one, could only gasp in disbelief, or at least shrug their shoulders in resignation.