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brassy

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Colours & sounds, Colours
brassybrass‧y /ˈbrɑːsi $ ˈbræsi/ adjective  1 CONFIDENTa woman who is brassy is too loud, confident, or brightly dressed a drunken brassy nightclub singer2 Csounding hard and loud like the sound made by a brass musical instrument3 CChaving a bright gold-yellow colour like brass
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brassyHe has a steely stare, a brassy attitude and an iron constitution.Directly behind him was a huge billboard with her picture looming big and brassy back at her.When I reached Denis's, I'd almost forgotten about my brassy hair.The men stir earlier in Glasgow; and the women have more brassy outfits.
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