Definition of brash:
madcap, headlong, malapert, attitude, bold, ill-considered, untactful, precipitate, harum-scarum, improvident, highly strung, impudent, ability, snippy, pushy, presuming, familiar, unpolitic, clumsy, edgy, assumptive, careful, pert, smart-alecky, jittery, boldfaced, jumpy, gauche, snippety, fresh, temerarious, contumelious, brassy, hasty, slapdash, sassy, forward, undiplomatic, impolitic, smart, uppish, high-strung, overstrung, overconfident, unconsidered, daredevil, uppity, maladroit, indelicate, cheeky, nervy, flip, assumptive, uptight, assuming, wise, courtesy, precipitant, restive.
- discourteous (part of speech: adjective)
- rash (part of speech: adjective)
- reckless (part of speech: adjective)
- insolent (part of speech: adjective)
- "The Planet Strappers", Raymond Zinke Gallun.
Let a pond be allowed calmly under the influence of frost to crystallize, and most beautiful flowers and spears of ice will be formed, but keep stirring the water all the time with a stick or a pole and nothing will result but an ugly brash of half- frozen stuff.- "Pagan & Christian Creeds Their Origin and Meaning", Edward Carpenter.
His mother's best clothespin basket, to say nothing of its contents, appeared at this juncture to be an unexpected incumbrance; so on the spur of the moment he handed it up to Jerry just as the stage was starting, saying, If Mis' Todd has a brash to- night, you can clear yourself by showing her this basket, but for massy sakes don't lay it on to me!- "The Village Watch-Tower", (AKA Kate Douglas Riggs) Kate Douglas Wiggin.