It's inspired by the women she sees on Tumblr who are "bright, brash, and brassy," she explains.
The frat-boy Calvinist megachurch pastor Mark Driscoll has drawn attention for his brash stage manner and his graphic sex advice.
When Djokovic burst onto the scene after winning the Aussie Open in 2008, he was a brash hotshot challenging Federer and Nadal.
The brash, engaged, occasionally self-centered ex-lawmaker seemed to retreat inward and practically disappear.
It's been this way, statistically, since 1980: the brash young start-ups become the behemoths of tomorrow.
"Well, I wasn't to say brash," returned her husband slowly and soothingly.
You don't know what a bad impression you make when you're too brash.
On the other hand, could I renig on the job after all that brash line of talk I'd given Vee?
Doesn't it strike you that you are a trifle too brash, as they say around here?
I was too ha'd an' too brash in my talk de othah night, an' de Lawd visited my sins upon my haid.
1824, of obscure origin, originally American English; perhaps akin to 16c. Scottish brash "attack, assault," or French breche "fragments," especially of ice, from a Germanic source (cf. Old High German brehha "breach," from brehhan "to break"), or to German brechen "to vomit."