Definition of Brashing
1. brash [v] - See also: brash
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Literary usage of Brashing
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1. New Letters and Memorials of Jane Welsh Carlyle: Annotated by Thomas Carlyle by Jane Welsh Carlyle, Thomas Carlyle (1903)
"... and that sort of brashing about which I experienced last year, is more than I have either strength or spirits for in my normal state. ..."
2. New Letters of Thomas Carlyle by Thomas Carlyle (1904)
"... most furious controversy Europe has ever seen, at least to the completest brashing into ruinous defeat that vain and quarrelsome France has ever had. ..."
3. The Manuscripts of the Duke of Beauford, K. G.: The Earl of Donoughmore, and by Henry Charles FitzRoy Somerset Beaufort, John Henry Gurney, William Wilbraham Blethyn Hulton, Robert William Ketton, George Atherton Aitken, Philip Vernon Smith, Church of England Diocese of Ely, James Arthur Bennett, Francis Henry Blackburne Daniell, (1891)
"The SAME to the SAME. [1079.]—[The latter half of a letter, of which the first pirt 15 missing.] I have had a little brashing at Council this evening, ..."
4. Annual of the Universal Medical Sciencesedited by [Anonymus AC02809657] edited by [Anonymus AC02809657] (1894)
"... by local application of lactic arid; nse of 80 £ •ol. followed by brashing spot with If* sol. ..."
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