[ UK /bɹˈæʃ/ ]
[ US /ˈbɹæʃ/ ]
  1. offensively bold
    a brash newcomer disputed the age-old rules for admission to the club
    a nervy thing to say
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How To Use brash In A Sentence

  • Nutty sweetbreads, bitter greens, gently brash shallots, and velvety chanterelles suffuse farfalle in well-oiled repertory.
  • I didn't really like this new Annabelle at all: she wasn't her old friendly self, she was hostile, brash and rude and she clearly held a large grudge towards me.
  • The three struggle to maintain a harmonious working relationship as brash youth clashes with age and experience. Times, Sunday Times
  • After about two hours of tweets mentioning the lay-off, Philip Brasher broke the silence, also with a tweet: "Saddest part: DM Register opened bureau nearly 80 yrs ago to cover ag policy when Wallace became ag secy. Paula Crossfield: Why Laying Off Ag Reporter Philip Brasher Is Bad for Food
  • Their brashness is real enough, but they accept their packaging as the price of being published. Writer Unboxed » Blog Archive » Pink Ghetto
  • Billboards advertising assorted Americana jostle for position with US-style shopping malls and brash, brutalist hotels.
  • There's also a notable kitsch factor about the place -- the trashy menu, the lowbrow drink selection (Mad Dog and brands of beer you swore you'd never drink again), the neon band-logo signage and the retro tuneage -- that has prompted some detractors to grumble that the brashness is a little Westword | Complete Issue
  • Among these many worlds, the underworld of that age was representative of the outrageous, brash and lawless life.
  • If they are not tongue-tied, they are either inarticulate or brash.
  • He wants to hog the limelight and shout about what he believes, and to do that you have to be populist, brash and confident.
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