The brash pilot didn't pay attention to warnings of the coming storm, and decided to fly anyway. From LearnThat.org.
A brash newcomer disputed the age-old rules for admission to the club. From Wordnet, Princeton University.
You can call her brash and make as much fun of her facelifts as you'd like - but you can't deny that. From Wordnik.com. [Houston Press | Complete Issue] Reference
That's the kind of brash young talk that the old man has been wanting to hear. From Wordnik.com. [Viacom Shuffle: Redstone's Search for Youth] Reference
Minister Pik Botha's claims that the National Party would win the next election as "brash". From Wordnik.com. [ANC Daily News Briefing] Reference
Sporting figures such as brash Kobe Bryant and even turncoat LeBron. From Wordnik.com. [The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com] Reference
The 57-year-old star said that her "brash" attitude was down to her weight problems in order to "gain respect". From Wordnik.com. [All - Digital Spy - Entertainment and Media News] Reference
'brash', 'autocratic', 'arrogant' … These are just some of them. From Wordnik.com. [Hindustan Times News Feeds 'Views'] Reference
He has a way about him that’s kind of brash and slightly out of control. From Wordnik.com. [He’s Not Joking] Reference
But the trend is less brash than it was in the '80s. From Wordnik.com. [On With The Gold Rush] Reference
Where the Motorino pie is delicate, Artichoke's is brash. From Wordnik.com. [Save the Slice] Reference
She considered Israelis brash; she preferred speaking English. From Wordnik.com. [How Two Lives Met In Death] Reference
For another, the brash move pleased the French establishment not a bit. From Wordnik.com. [Commence Firing!] Reference
So many of his images are paradoxes: bold enigmas, brash uncertainties. From Wordnik.com. [Avedon] Reference
SUVs remain the perfect complement to a brash culture that likes to live large. From Wordnik.com. [HYBRID NATION? NOPE.] Reference
"" He's got a brash, simple thesis, '' says Claudia Koonz, a historian at Duke. From Wordnik.com. [A Battle Over The Holocaust] Reference
Ghosn is a brash engineer, imposed on Nissan when Renault took over the company. From Wordnik.com. [Sony Is Not Japan] Reference
But in a culture that's big on the brash statement, car buyers like Chrysler's wild ride. From Wordnik.com. [Hot Wheels: Chrysler's 'Poor Man's Bentley'] Reference
But this brash crew rejected the notion that design should play a bit part in building cars. From Wordnik.com. [The Cool School] Reference
Skilling was aggressive and brash, not so much articulate and smooth as cunning and willful. From Wordnik.com. [ENRON'S DIRTY LAUNDRY] Reference
Critics found his style coarse, brash, and mercurial, and he was defeated in a 1995 election. From Wordnik.com. [Transformers] Reference
"It's a feisty, brash generation out there," says Alan Gibby, CEO of the Web zine ExtremeSports. com. From Wordnik.com. [Up, Up, And Away, Dude!] Reference
Someone, somewhere, sometime, must harness those energies that make it big and brash and often dynamic. From Wordnik.com. [Africa's Greatest Hope--And Danger] Reference
Stephen Frear's memorable, invigoratingly unsentimental movie unfolds with a brash confidence of its own. From Wordnik.com. [Con-Artist Classic] Reference
The antics of some of these brash, bulldozing mainlanders is a growing point of tension throughout the region. From Wordnik.com. [Barbarians From The North] Reference
Lutz, a brash former Marine pilot, first met his future boss in the 1970s, when both worked at General Motors. From Wordnik.com. [Just Fine, Thanks] Reference
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