Which preposition to use with brazening

in Occurrences 5%

"II think there was something brazen in the way he tagged you.

as Occurrences 4%

There had been, as all the world knows, certain experiments of the government rain-makers followed by rains, and certain experiments after which the earth had remained as parched and the sky as brazen as before.

with Occurrences 2%

You can hear the words "Old Grimes is dead, that good old soul" from ribald lips and throats turned brazen with laughter, from singers who toss their hats aloft and roll in their seats; the chorus swells to the accompaniment of a thousand brogans

of Occurrences 1%

One the auctioneera perfect specimen of the "sport"; a ponderous individual, brazen of face and voice, who presented to the crowd an amazing front of mottled face, diamond stud, bulging shirt sleeves, and a bull-neck encircled by a soiled eighteen-and-a-half inch paper collar.

to Occurrences 1%

A sheet of pale, green-gold brilliancy marked the route of the Noa-Noa on the brine, and perhaps far back the corpse of the celestial philosopher floated in radiancy, with his face toward those skies, so brazen to his desires.

Which preposition to use with  brazening