brashness


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the trait of being rash and hasty

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Since then, Spitz has worked to soften his image, toning down much of the spitfire and brashness.
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.
Venom resistance and brashness might work well together in snake-infested areas.
The brashness Robinson demonstrated during the trench battles against apartheid is manifest in his memoirs.
By aiming straight for the boss's quarters at the Whitney, Seator once again shows the brashness that makes him one of the most exciting American artists working today.
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And considering that the foul-mouthed mayor had displayed this brashness from the beginning of the campaign, De Lima said Duterte's promise of a metamorphosis when he assumes the presidency is still questionable.
We pride ourselves on our feisty attitude - a brashness that gives the city an energy not found in other places.
In a town which hasn't always emphasised quality before brashness, I was delighted to discover the chips here were top notch.
Devenney's work is a nice mixture of youthful brashness and surprising sensitivity, and he's an up-and-coming voice that's definitely worth paying attention to.
What better way to bring a little straight-talking - and no nonsense - to the country than with a New Yorker and a slice of brashness," Victoria Willis, of the New York Bakery Co, said.
Hopefully, if there was brashness there then maybe you won't see as much going forward," he added.
With its instantly whistleable tunes and colourful orchestration Rimsky Korsakov's Scheherezade is a work that almost invites performances of crudity and brashness.