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Viewers point out how several episodes have revolved around the brash antics of “Queen” Victoria, whose proclamation of royalty and penchant for bullying has taken precious time away from getting to know the other contestants.

That number, though, bothered 31-year-old Brenda Frese, Weller’s young, brash replacement.

I’m a pretty mild-mannered guy, but I embrace my long-held disdain for this brash brassica.

There were brilliant end-to-end rushes in transition, dizzying corkscrew layups and brash declarations that he and Bradley Beal formed the NBA’s best backcourt.

Just have a famous actor — Alec Baldwin, let’s say — pop up on TV and repeat some of the things the president has said in a big, brash New York accent, then have him pout a little bit as the audience roars its approval.

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The Eden theme is coupled with a celebration of modesty that seems to reflect a wider backlash against modern Indian brashness.

Her brashness, inventiveness, and inexhaustible energy carried her the rest of the way.

"That is a bargain," he said, with a brashness simply disgraceful in a good business man.

His success perhaps is attributable to a single event that stemmed from youthful brashness and vigorous outspokenness.

Springing up, he caught her hand and made to kiss her in the brashness of impulse.

She's a woman, fer all her brashness in her callin' herself a man.

Curiosity had gotten him in, brashness and speed had taken him out.


On this page you'll find 62 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to brashness, such as: boldness, audaciousness, audacity, brazenness, cheek, and cheekiness.

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