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brash

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbrashbrash /bræʃ/ adjective  1 CONFIDENTbehaving too confidently and speaking too loudly – used to show disapproval brash journalists2 ATTENTIONa brash building, place, or object attracts attention by being very colourful, large, exciting etc The painting was bold, brash, and modern.brashly adverbbrashness noun [uncountable]
Examples from the Corpus
brashHe was loose, loudmouthed, and brash.Pre, the subject of two movies this year, was brash, cocky, charismatic.The cities were brash, corrupt, and the centres of organized crime.It s brash, fast, slickly arranged big-band music that hits the accents with deft conviction.The hotel bar was full of brash, noisy journalists.It's not some brash statement of their own personalities, but a low murmur from many people over many years.Putnam, a brash type, pushed his case-a bit too hard.a very brash young mana brash young salesman from New York
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