brashness


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the trait of being rash and hasty

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Generally speaking, it's a lot more commercial and lacking the brashness of its predecessor.
There's an argument, too, that I should take him on at his own game, go all Michael Moore and hope that for all my brashness, the fact that I have right on my side will see me through.
I say, right on to Savage's brashness in today's all-too-complacent gay community!
He briefly ascends to the murdered manager's spot at the salon room, but is kicked out be cause of his "American" brashness.
Who can deny there was overconfidence in how they approached Iraq, or brashness in their faith in the boundlessness of U.S.
The scenes ebb and flow between the sweetness of Cinderella and the stepsisters' brashness.
Happily, there is at least one exception to the prevailing brashness of commerce; Meinhard von Gerkan personally designed the Oyster Bar, a homage to the famous eaterie in New York's Central Station, and a particularly appropriate addition to what is now possibly Europe's grandest and certainly its most central station.
Forget the noise, hustle and bustle on the sidewalks, and the brashness of it all.
This was premature brashness. Years later, as a docile adult, I set myself the task of reading it again in a serious way, and it not only resulted in the discovery of a genuine world that I had never suspected inside me but also provided me with invaluable technical help in freeing language and handling time and structure in my own books."
Since then, Spitz has worked to soften his image, toning down much of the spitfire and brashness. "I've gotten to know Mark personally and I find him yew nice, very honest, very straightforward," Riera said.
This collection offers a reappraisal of films which enticed millions into cinemas, audiences that appreciated the same 'proud but restrained Englishness' -- as opposed to 'American brashness' -- that has made so many of these films 'classics' in later years.
Comparisons were inevitable, and after Marden's spartan assurance and Williams's libidinous brashness, Reed came across looking a little bit like an overtalker.
Collins, because of her brashness, is often considered the most likely of them to catalyze a coalition with powerful centrist Democrats, and she is frequently compared to Margaret Chase Smith, another feisty women from Maine.
But in my heart of hearts, I would love to see the smarts and brashness of Ted Koppel in the Oval Office--after a tough campaign against GOP candidate John Stossel."