Definition of brashness in English:

brashness

noun

  • See brash

    • ‘The politeness of the elderly was in marked contrast to the freshness, sometimes brashness, often deliberate, of the young, seen even in their responses to the questionnaire.’
    • ‘I love New York for the very qualities of bigness, boldness, and brashness that some seem to despise.’
    • ‘The tree is typically Carioca in its brashness and audacity, but despite the city's fondness for it, Rio is not famed for its yuletide.’
    • ‘For I have realized that it is the city's very boldness and brashness that clearly identifies it as truly Chinese.’
    • ‘While most teachers disliked Rebecca quite strongly for her sharp tongue and offensive brashness, Mr. Lively found it entertaining, and she had quickly become one of his favorite pupils.’

Pronunciation

brashness

/ˈbraʃnəs/