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brash
used in The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

5 uses
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Definition
bold or self-confident in a manner that seems disrespectful or tasteless
  • So we poked along back home, and I warn't feeling so brash as I was before, but kind of ornery, and humble, and to blame, somehow—though I hadn't done nothing.
    Chapter 33 (96% in)
brash = bold
  • When I got to camp I warn't feeling very brash, there warn't much sand in my craw; but I says, this ain't no time to be fooling around.
    Chapter 8 (33% in)
  • When me and Jim heard that we didn't feel so brash as what we did before.
    Chapter Xl (80% in)
  • "The same," I says, but couldn't say it pretty brash.
    Chapter Xlii (49% in)
  • But not feeling brash.
    Chapter Xlii (82% in)

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