Meaning of “brassy” in the English Dictionary

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us /ˈbræs·i/

having complete confidence in yourself, sometimes in a way that shows a lack of respect:

She was a fearless journalist, bold and brassy and never afraid to ask the toughest questions.
The show’s musical numbers are big, brassy (= loud and showy), and spectacular.

(Definition of “brassy” from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)