(n.) = freshness ; effrontery ; blatancy ; shamelessness ; impudence ; brazenness ; insolence ; bare-faced cheek. Ex: A new approach is needed to maintain the freshness, vitality and humour that will keep at bay the dryer mode of academic examination. Ex: This article discusses the use of the term 'chutzpah' by courts suffering various effronteries at the hands of attorneys and even witnesses who appear before them in both criminal and civil matters. Ex: There is no argument about this, because the blatancy and shamelessness of it are undeniable. Ex: There is no argument about this, because the blatancy and shamelessness of it are undeniable. Ex: Because impudence is a vice, it does not follow that modesty is a virtue. Ex: However, his brazenness was short-lived as a canon shell shattered his right leg, forcing the garrison to surrender. Ex: But a commander from another land will put an end to his insolence and cause him to retreat in shame. Ex: Chris deserves a prize for bare-faced cheek. ---- * tener la frescura de = have + the nerve(s) to ; have + the cheek to ; have + the nerve to.