Put before proper media scrutiny, the brash “Southern Avenger” is a shrinking violet.
The Last Nude By Ellis Avery A dashing, brash painter begins an affair with her beautifully innocent model in 1927 Paris.
The frat-boy Calvinist megachurch pastor Mark Driscoll has drawn attention for his brash stage manner and his graphic sex advice.
The other winner, the brash and media-savvy lawyer Gilbert Collard, has promised to be a "democratic ball-breaker."
The brash, engaged, occasionally self-centered ex-lawmaker seemed to retreat inward and practically disappear.
"Well, I wasn't to say brash," returned her husband slowly and soothingly.
It should always be a dry, sound stick, brash, but not in the least punky.
On the other hand, could I renig on the job after all that brash line of talk I'd given Vee?
If this brash young Ranger wanted a fight he could have it on the jump.
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."