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Definition of "brasher" [brasher]

  • Comparative form of brash: more brash (adjective) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "brasher" in a sentence
  • "When the veteran period-instrument ensemble the English Concert dug into Vivaldi's "La Follia" Trio Sonata at its Library of Congress program Thursday, this customarily elegant group seemed to be channeling the brasher, more risk-taking approach of many Italian period-instrument bands, with boisterous attacks, daringly elastic phrasing, extravagant ornamentation and even some drumming on the double-bass."
  • "During the boom years, Apostle Garay, as he is known in church, was brasher than he is now."
  • ""And it's getting bigger all the time," adds Turk, 43, a noticeably less serene individual, who, with his shaved head and intense light blue-eyed stare, is brasher and more forthright."