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or brass·y, brass·ey
- a club with a wooden head, the brass-plated face of which has more slope than a driver but less than a spoon, for hitting long, low drives on the fairway.
Origin of brassie
Related Words for brassybrash, bold, blaring, gaudy, rude, piercing, jazzy, flashy, jarring, shrill, arrant, barefaced, blatant, brazen, flirtatious, forward, garish, grating, hard, harsh
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Contemporary Examples of brassy
That brassy ploy had caught the Costa Ricans entirely off-guard and had knocked them off their stride.Argentina Drops the Netherlands on Penalties in World Cup Semifinal
July 10, 2014
The brassy Baptist says AIDS is spread through gay men who wear sharp rings to draw blood out of their targets.Five OTHER Outrageous Pat Robertson Theories
August 28, 2013
“His films are brassy, anachronistic,” says Rex Roberts, associate editor with Film International.‘Great Gatsby’ Reviewers Divided: Is Baz Luhrmann a Good Director?
May 9, 2013
It's inspired by the women she sees on Tumblr who are "bright, brash, and brassy," she explains.The Plus-Size Blogging Craze
February 13, 2013
The brassy comedienne of one of daytime's biggest gabfests now has her own hit talk show on HLN.Joy Behar's New Point of View
May 12, 2010
Historical Examples of brassy
The morning of the election the sun heaved up on a brassy sky.Quaint Courtships
No, I think not, for Brassy prescribed for himself and I administered the medicine.
Thank you, Brassy, but I do not care to accept your services.
For a moment the bold, brassy look was gone from her face, like a mask that had slipped.Space Prison
I shall play my brassy spoon, Purnell, the one with the yellow head.IT and Other Stories
- insolent; brazen
- flashy; showy
- (of sound) harsh, strident, or resembling the sound of a brass instrument
- like brass, esp in colour
- decorated with or made of brass
- a variant spelling of brassie
- golf a former name for a club, a No. 2 wood, originally having a brass-plated sole and with a shallower face than a driver to give more loft