- n tasteless showiness
- n the trait of being rash and hasty
- The telegenic O'Malley is known for his brashness, a trait honed by years of fronting a Celtic rock band and being the eldest son among six siblings.
- Evita's "Rainbow Tour" of Europe in 1947 saw her meeting with the Pope and other European leaders, mesmerizing crowds with her beauty, glamor and brashness.
- His hook, for the age of economic anxiety: whereas O'Reilly embodies anger and Hannity brashness, Beck embraces fear.
- David Brooks in Castro Valley Forum
In this week's piece, the frustrated Brooks, despairing of Palin's simplistic worldview, wrote: "She has not been engaged in national issues:and, like President Bush, she seems to compensate for her lack of experience with brashness and excessive...
- Charles Grant in McClatchy Washington Bureau
If the French president gets results in the Middle East, said Charles Grant, an expert on European issues at the Center for European Reform, "people will forget this brashness, this crassness, this rudeness."
- Allan Border in CricInfo.com
He got to know those players very well,Border said in The Courier-Mail. "He has always enjoyed playing and being in the subcontinent and the differences between their nations and ours. We have a brashness about the way we play our cricket...