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affronted
/ əfrəntəd /

pridev

Sinonimi:
insulted

Treated with insolent and rude language especially openly and intentionally; SYN. insulted.

arrogant
/ erəɡənt /

pridev

Sinonimi:
chesty · self-important

ETYM French arrogant, Latin arrogans, p. pr. of arrogare. Related to Arrogate.
Having or showing feelings of unwarranted importance out of overbearing pride; SYN. chesty, self-important.

audacious
/ adeɪʃəs /

pridev

Sinonimi:
daring · venturesome · venturous · brave · dauntless · fearless · intrepid · unfearing

ETYM French audacieux, as if from Late Lat. audaciosus (not found), from Latin audacia audacity, from audax, -acis, bold, from audere to dare.
1. Disposed to venture or take risks; SYN. daring, venturesome, venturous.
2. Invulnerable to fear or intimidation; SYN. brave, dauntless, fearless, intrepid, unfearing.
3. Unrestrained by convention or propriety.

bald-faced

pridev

With white face or facial mark.

barefaced
/ beəfeɪst /

pridev

1. With the face uncovered; not masked.
2. Without concealment; undisguised. Hence: Shameless; audacious.

bold
/ boʊld /

pridev

Sinonimi:
cocksure · overconfident · positive · venturesome

ETYM Old Eng. bald, bold, AS. bald, beald; akin to Icel. ballr, Old High Germ. bald, Mid. High Germ. balt, Dutch boud, Goth. balthei boldness, Italian baldo. In German there remains only bald, adv. soon. Related to Bawd.
1. Clear and distinct.
2. Fearless and daring.
3. Marked by excessive confidence; SYN. cocksure, overconfident, positive.
4. Willing to take risks and try new things; SYN. venturesome.

boldacious

pridev

boldface
/ boʊld /

pridev

bold-faced
/ boʊldfeɪst /

pridev

1. Bold in manner or conduct; impudent
2 usually boldfaced; being or set in boldface. boldfaced

bould

pridev

brash
/ bræʃ /

pridev

Sinonimi:
cheeky · nervy · daredevil · temerarious

1. Offensively bold; SYN. cheeky, nervy.
2. Presumptuously daring; SYN. daredevil, temerarious.

brassy
/ bræsi /

pridev

Sinonimi:
brasslike · cheap · flash · flashy · garish · gaudy · gimcrack · loud · meretricious · tacky · tatty · tawdry · trashy

1. Resembling the sound of a brass instrument; SYN. brasslike.
2. Tastelessly showy; SYN. cheap, flash, flashy, garish, gaudy, gimcrack, loud, meretricious, tacky, tatty, tawdry, trashy.

brazen
/ breɪzn̩ /

pridev

ETYM Old Eng. brasen, as. braesen. Related to Brass.
Made of or resembling brass (as in color or hardness).
1. Made of brass.
2. Sounding harsh and loud like struck brass; of the color of polished brass.
3. Marked by contemptuous boldness.

brazen-faced
/ breɪzn feɪst /

pridev

Marked by insolence and bold disrespect . brazenfaced

broiden

pridev

browden

pridev

cheeky
/ tʃiːki /

pridevsleng, dijalekt

(British) Smart-alecky; forward.

cocksy
/ kɒksɪ /

pridev

cocky
/ kɑːki /

pridev

Overly self-confident or self-assertive.

contumelious
/ kɒntjuːmiːlɪəs /

pridev

ETYM Latin contumeliosus.
Arrogantly insolent.

coxy
/ kɒksɪ /

pridev

cynic
/ sɪnɪk /

pridev

defiant
/ dəfaɪənt /

pridev

ETYM Cf. French défiant, p. pr. of défier. Related to Defy.
Boldly resisting authority or an opposing force.

forward
/ fɔːrwərd /

pridev

Sinonimi:
onward

(Homonym: foreword).
1. At or near or directed toward the front.
2. Moving toward a position ahead; SYN. onward.
3. Of the transmission gear causing forward movement in a motor vehicle.
4. Situated at or toward the front.
5. Situated in the front.
6. Used of temperament or behavior; lacking restraint or modesty.

free
/ friː /

pridev

Sinonimi:
unchained · unfettered · unshackled · untied · freehand · freehanded · loose · liberal

1. Able to act at will; not hampered; not under compulsion or restraint
2. Not bound by shackles and chains; SYN. unchained, unfettered, unshackled, untied.
3. Not held in servitude
4. Done by hand without mechanical aids or devices; SYN. freehand, freehanded.
5. (Chemistry and physics) Unconstrained or not chemically bound in a molecule or not fixed and capable of relatively unrestricted motion
6. Not literal; SYN. loose, liberal.
7. Not occupied or in use
8. Of one's own accord

immodest
/ ɪmɒdəst /

pridev

ETYM French immodeste, Latin immodestus immoderate; pref. im- not + modestus modest. Related to Modest.
1. Having or showing an exaggerated opinion of one's importance, ability, etc.
2. Offending against sexual mores in conduct or appearance.

impertinent
/ ɪmpɝːtənənt /

pridev

Sinonimi:
irreverent · pert · saucy

ETYM French, from Latin impertinens, -entis; pref. im- not + pertinens. Related to Pertinent.
Characterized by a lightly pert and exuberant quality; SYN. irreverent, pert, saucy.

impudent
/ ɪmpjʊdənt /

pridev

Sinonimi:
insolent · snotty-nosed · flip

ETYM Latin impudens, -entis; pref. im- not + pudens ashamed, modest, p. pr. of pudere to feel shame: cf. French impudent.
Marked by casual disrespect; SYN. insolent, snotty-nosed, flip.

insolent
/ ɪnsələnt /

pridev

ETYM French insolent, Latin insolens, -entis, pref. in- not + solens accustomed, p. pr. of solere to be accustomed.
1. Haughty and contemptuous or brutal in behavior or language; overbearing; domineering; grossly rude or disrespectful.
2. Proceeding from or characterized by insolence; insulting.

overbearing
/ oʊvəbeərɪŋ /

pridev

1. Overpowering; oppressive.
2. Aggressively haughty; arrogant; domineering; tyrannical; dictatorial.

owdacious

imenicaarhaično, zastarelo

perky
/ pɝːki /

pridev

Alert and lively; Perk; pert; jaunty; trim.

pert
/ pɝːt /

pridev

ETYM An aphetic form of Old Eng. and Old Fren. apert open, known, true, free, or impudent. Related to Apert.
Bold; forward; impudent; saucy.

precocious
/ prɪkoʊʃəs /

pridev

ETYM Latin praecox, -ocis, and praecoquus, from praecoquere to cook or ripen beforehand; prae before + coquere to cook. Related to Cook, Apricot.
1. Characterized by or characteristic of exceptionally early development or maturity (especially in mental aptitude).
2. (Botany) Appearing or developing early.

presuming
/ prəzuːmɪŋ /

pridev

Presumptuous

presumptuous
/ prəzəmptʃəwəs /

pridev

ETYM Latin praesumptuosus: cf. French présomptueux, Old Fren. also presumptuous. Related to Presumption.
1. Full of presumption; presuming; overconfident or audacious; rash; taking undue liberties.
2. Founded on presumption.

pretentious
/ pritenʃəs /

pridev

ETYM Cf. French prétentieux. Related to Pretend.
Making claim to or creating an appearance of (often undeserved) importance or distinction.

saucy
/ sɒsi /

pridev

1. Showing impertinent boldness or pertness; transgressing the rules of decorum; treating superiors with contempt; impudent; insolent
2. Expressive of, or characterized by, impudence; impertinent

supercilious
/ suːpərsɪliəs /

pridev

Sinonimi:
sneering · snide

ETYM Latin superciliosus, from supercilium an eyebrow, pride; super over, + cilium an eyelid; probably akin to celare to conceal. Related to Conceal.
Expressive of contempt; SYN. sneering, snide.
Disdainfully superior; overbearing.

venturous
/ ventʃərəs /

pridev

ETYM Aphetic form of Old Eng. aventurous. Related to Adventurous, Venture.
Daring; bold; hardy; fearless; venturesome; adventurous.

držak

muški rod

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Drška, držalo, ručka.

hilt
/ hɪlt /

imenica

ETYM AS. hilt, hilte; akin to Old High Germ. helza, Prov. German hilze, Icel. hjalt.
The handle of a sword or dagger.

shaft
/ ʃæft /

imenica

ETYM Old Eng. shaft, schaft, as. sceaft.
1. A line that forms the length of an arrow pointer.
2. A long rod or pole (especially the handle of an implement or the body of a weapon like a spear or arrow).
3. A vertical passage into a mine.
4. A vertical passageway through a building (as for an elevator).
5. The vertical part of a column.

stem
/ stem /

imenica

ETYM as. stemn, stefn, staefn.
The tube of a tobacco pipe.
Main supporting axis of a plant that bears the leaves, buds, and reproductive structures; it may be simple or branched. The plant stem usually grows above ground, although some grow underground, including rhizomes, corms, rootstocks, and tubers. Stems contain a continuous vascular system that conducts water and food to and from all parts of the plant.
The point on a stem from which a leaf or leaves arise is called a node, and the space between two successive nodes is the internode. In some plants, the stem is highly modified; for example, it may form a leaflike cladode or it may be twining (as in many climbing plants), or fleshy and swollen to store water (as in cacti and other succulents). In plants exhibiting secondary growth, the stem may become woody, forming a main trunk, as in trees, or a number of branches from ground level, as in shrubs.
1. Check, dam.
2. An act or instance of stemming on skis.

stick
/ stɪk /

imenica

Sinonimi:
control stick · joystick

ETYM Old Eng. sticke, as. sticca; akin to stician to stab, prick, pierce, German stecken a stick, staff, Old High Germ. steccho, Icel. stik a stick. Related to Stick.
1. A small thin branch of a tree.
2. A length of wood.
3. A lever used by a pilot to control the ailerons and elevators of an airplane; SYN. control stick, joystick.
4. Threat of a penalty.

tang
/ tæŋ /

imenica

Sinonimi:
sea tang

1. Any of various coarse seaweeds; SYN. sea tang.
2. A sharp twanging sound

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