“He further regrets that upon trying to amend his error, he spelled it "brassier," which, if anything, means "more brassy.”
“Instead, they became even brassier, the graphics still more explosively portentous, the panics more moral.”
“Why are the British better, bolder, brassier and at the very least faster at contemporary political/topical plays?”
“And what predator would sink to protect the weeny brassier industry?”
“Drummer and leader Joe Chambers kicked it off with Benny Carter 's blues "M Squad," which was even brassier than Count Basie's flute-driven arrangement.”
“What's Your Number?" will be another referendum: brassier, broader, racier than "Bridesmaids," it will test whether audiences' appetite for this genre is a passing fad or a genuine phenomenon.”
“It was named after themselves, the brassier, or bra, a ridiculous, torturous outfit that in my opinion was more humiliating-looking than a corset.”
“The real Bryant was much tougher, brassier, opportunistic, and sexually voracious than the woman portrayed in the script that Keaton would play in the movie.”
“Judging by last week's Fashion Expo, this fall's downturn-inspired clothing will be even bolder and brassier than last year's extravagant offerings, bringing to mind the creativity of the Reagan era, when Vagrant Chic had its feisty, post-Depression Era zenith.”
“Sometimes he changed the emphasis of a sentence and, substituting a few words, made the stories louder and brassier.”
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Words that are often used to mean something other than what they mean to lexicographers.
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