adjective, brash·er, brash·est. Also brashy.
Origin of brash
SYNONYMS FOR brash
Related formsbrash·ly, adverbbrash·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for brash
The brash, engaged, occasionally self-centered ex-lawmaker seemed to retreat inward and practically disappear.Hagel Takes a Bullet for Obama: Inside the Defense Secretary’s Sudden Firing|Shane Harris, Tim Mak|November 24, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Brash, crass, and overflowing with wiseass attitude, he remains the ultimate postmodern superhero.
Brash, crass, and sporting a perpetually raised eyebrow, Ash Williams remains the ultimate postmodern superhero.
In the movie, Murray portrays Vincent McKenna, a brash, loud, foul-mouthed man who drinks and chain-smokes.Meet Vincent McKenna, Your New Favorite Bill Murray Character|Alex Suskind|September 6, 2014|DAILY BEAST
By relieving McElhone of the brash movie ending she is able to maintain her grasp on a flawed but still complex character.Return of the Bunny Boiler: Fatal Attraction’s World Stage Premiere|Nico Hines|March 26, 2014|DAILY BEAST
You don't know what a bad impression you make when you're too brash.The Trail of the Hawk|Sinclair Lewis
Of course, if you'd been brash and ignorant in your first calculations—if you'd made a fool of yourself at the start—but shucks!The Spenders|Harry Leon Wilson
"We hain't makin' no brash promises erbout ther woman, Thornton," he brutally announced.The Roof Tree|Charles Neville Buck
Doesn't it strike you that you are a trifle too brash, as they say around here?Old Ebenezer|Opie Read
The lanes grew worse and worse, filled generally with slush and brash.Farthest North|Fridtjof Nansen