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brash -- as in: brash behavior
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Atlas Shrugged
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  • He had often met girls of the lower classes, who had put on a brash little act, pretending to look up to him, spilling crude flattery for an obvious purpose; he had neither liked nor resented them; he had found a bored amusement in their company and he had granted them the status of his equals in a game he considered natural to both players involved.
  • He poured himself a drink and paced the room, talking with too light, too brash a manner of gaiety.
  • Lillian’s head was poised to bow in greeting, with the tentative hint of a smile on her lips, half-timid, half-brash.

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  • A brash newcomer wants to change the way the club operates.
  • She’s new, brash, and disruptive.

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