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1902, (w), ''The Starbucks'', Chicago: Laird & Lee, Chapter , p.(nbs)210,http://www.gutenberg.org/files/18984/18984-h/18984-h.htm
- Mrs. Mayfield looked away, and the girl stricken with remorse, hastened to her and said: “There, I have been too brash, haven’t I? You must forgive me for I didn’t intend to be brash.”
- “Brash, my dear? What do you mean by that?”
- She laughed. “Why, I thought everybody know’d what brash meant. Well, it’s er—too quick to say somethin’ you oughtn’t to say.”
1925, (w), ''(w)'', Chapter(nbs)17,http://gutenberg.net.au/ebooks02/0200131h.html
- Trouble with Silzer is, he’s too brash—shoots off his mouth too much—likes to hear himself talk.
1958, (w), ''Mackerel Plaza'', Penguin, 1986, Chapter 14, p.(nbs)209,
- The American’s brash unconcern for nuance indicates a young and vigorous country, the Briton’s clipped speech an ancient, proverbial reserve.
2013, (w), ''(w)'', New York: Knopf, Chapter(nbs)54,https://books.google.ca/books?id=siSlP9JOj2YC&printsec=frontcoverv=onepage&q&f=false
- Edusco liked him, he could tell; he imagined Edusco talking about him in a gathering of other self-made Igbo men, men who were brash and striving, who juggled huge businesses and supported vast extended families.
1905, (w), ''The Outlet'', Boston: Houghton, Mifflin, Chapter 2, p.(nbs)22,https://archive.org/details/theoutlet00adamrich
- (..) just because you’re a little hot under the collar, don’t do anything brash, for fear you may regret it afterward.
1960, (w), “The Troublemakers,” ''(w)'' Volume 18, No. 4, April 1960, p.(nbs)156,https://archive.org/details/Galaxy_v18n04_1960-04
- Now, Mr. Reed, you’ve committed nothing but a brash act of bad taste by bypassing the standard channels.
''brash colours; a brash perfume''
1963, (w), ''Thrilling Cities'', London: Jonathan Cape, Chapter 1, “Hong Kong,”https://www.fadedpage.com/books/20160517/html.php
- There are scores of brash and noisy bars along Lockhart Street and in Wanchai and North Point (on the island) and throughout the back lanes of Kowloon (..)
1996, (w), ''(w)'', New York: Picador, 1998, Chapter 24, p.(nbs)243,https://openlibrary.org/ia/englishmansboy00vand
- The driveway is filled with vehicles parked bumper to bumper and the house is lit up like I’ve never seen it before, brash yellow light streaming from every window on every floor, and the tinny, nasal sound of gramophone jazz trumpeting inside.
A sudden burst of rain.
Brittle (said e.g. of wood or vegetables).
Leaf litter of small leaves and little twigs as found under a hedge.
Broken fragments of ice.
- The sea dashed in an angry surf over its inclined sides, rattling the icy fragments or “brash” against its irregular surface