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brashy

(ˈbræʃɪ)
adj, brashier or brashiest
1. loosely fragmented; rubbishy
2. (Forestry) (of timber) brittle
ˈbrashiness n
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We managed to get Brashy (Ross Brash) a few times - he wasn't good at timekeeping and David McKenna wasn't great either.
This is true, because only the longest and best fiber can be used in making the small: binder twine, while in factory rope, short, brashy fiber is used and treated with chemicals to glaze and stiffen it.
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After some initial hostility from her new colleagues, who are typically bold, brashy and super intelligent, she proves herself to be quite the courtroom star by getting an innocent woman off a murder rap.
African mahogany is more brashy with more peck out and is more brittle, but the overall effect of the finished piece is quite nice," said Rick Banas, vice president of Interwood Forest Products Inc.
She might not be exactly A list (yet), but Brashy is in demand.