Banded or trimmed with brass or a similar metal, such as bronze.(adjective)
Inflexible; rigid: brassbound party loyalists. (adjective)
Bold and impudent; brazen.(adjective)
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Use "brassbound" in a sentence
"Rachel, on her knees before the brassbound trunk containing her cousin's clothes, gave her own sigh as she took out the white silk dress and stood up with the gleaming folds over her arm."
"Is there, or is there not, a brassbound plot to lead a chthonic jihad against those who oppose Mr. Livingston, organized through the years by what I call recalcitrant bludgers?"
"He had hit Sharpe with the heavy brassbound butt of a musket and he was amazed that Sharpe's skull was not broken."