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brash

adjective [-er/-est only]  us   /bræʃ/
having a lot of energy and the confidence to succeed, and not having much respect for others or worrying about their feelings: His lawyer was brash, arrogant, and egocentric, but he usually won his cases. In fashion, brash can mean energetic and full of new ideas: a designer known for his brash and innovative style
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