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comment “Bald Faced Lie” vs. “Bold Faced Lie”
@Zibbobz I don't suppose the inference put up by you is correct. The expression under discussion above indicates not the boldness in the act lying but instead the shallowness of the lie itself. Bald-faced means clear/neat. Hence when one says- "That's a bald-faced lie!", he/she intends to mean that the statement made is, without any doubt, a lie.
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