Part of speech:
Bright and vivid; rich
Resembling brass, as in color or strength.
Of, relating to, or done in preparation for the future:
The definition of brash is someone or something with an abrasive, tacky, self-serving or rude manner.
Not showing proper respect or manners; insolent; impudent
Often encountered or seen:
Prompted by wisdom; judicious; sound
Critical of what is generally accepted or respected; satirical:
(Obs.) Ready to serve; obliging
High-spirited, lively, or cheerful:
Made up of small scraps or snips; fragmentary
An insolent or arrogant remark or act.
An impertinent act or statement.
Not restrained by a sense of shame or propriety; rudely bold; brazen
Having or showing excessive and arrogant self-confidence; presumptuous.
(Informal) Saucy; impudent; insolent
Offensively bold behavior.
The definition of insolence is disrespectful or rude behavior.
An instance of saucy behavior
(Archaic) Full of muscular force; sinewy.
Haughty or presumptuous, especially for one's rank or social standing:
Deserving of contempt or scorn; vile.
The definition of arrogance is when a person believes he or she is better than others and knows more than everyone else, or when a person believes he is capable of something he really isn't.
Marked by casual disrespect; impertinent:
Rude and disrespectful
Manifesting or feeling contempt; scornful.
Exhibiting no courtesy; rude.
Expressive of disdain; scornful and contemptuous.
Not cooked, dried, frozen, or spoiled.
(Colloquial) Proud; arrogant; assuming; putting on airs of superiority.
The definition of rude is behavior that does not conform to what society says would be polite or good manners or inappropriate subjects of discussion.
Energetic or quick in movement:
Insulting or hurtful language, especially when used to threaten or demoralize:
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