(tr, adverb) to dismiss without consideration; disregard
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How to use brush aside in a sentence
Then he threw the brush aside, apparently taking no more interest in that over which he had worked so persistently.Man And His Ancestor | Charles Morris
Cyrène came out and proceeded to brush aside the dust between the piles of metal.The False Chevalier | William Douw Lighthall
But the Turkish Knight was denied even the chance of achieving this by the fluttering ribbons which she dared not brush aside.Return of the Native | Thomas Hardy
It was cruel of him, in that insufferably self-assured tone, to brush aside my wishes.Mavis of Green Hill | Faith Baldwin
A queen gracious rather than a queen regnant; a queen to grant petitions rather than one to brush aside the petitioners.'The Fifth Queen Crowned | Ford Madox Ford
Other Idioms and Phrases with brush aside
Disregard, ignore, as in The teacher brushed aside our questions.
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