Brash means:

  • offensively bold; “a brash newcomer disputed the age-old rules for admission to the club”; “a nervy thing to say”

  • Leaf litter of small leaves and little twigs as found under a hedge; impetuous or rash; insensitive or tactless; impudent or shameless

  • brashing – Removal of the lower dead branches, up to about two metres, of trees in a stand.

  • 1. An accumulation of floating ice fragments less than 2 m across, formed by breakage of other ice forms. 2. (Rare.) In England, a colloquial term for a sudden gust of wind or the sudden onset of a storm.

  • Small ice fragments from a floe that is breaking up.

  • brashing – This is a forester’s term meaning to cut off side branches, usually from conifer trees with the intention of reducing fire risk, improving …

  • brashy – Term used to describe soils containing a high proportion of loose broken rock.


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