Definitions

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  • adjective superlative form of rash: most rash.

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Examples

  • He could say the rashest and brashest things, hurt your feelings and make you like it ... because there was no personal sting.

    Jack and Charmian London's Grave Site

  • It would be folly to back such attempts as a business proposition, or at least it could be considered nothing better than the very rashest speculation….

    The Lure of the Skies

  • It would be folly to back such attempts as a business proposition, or at least it could be considered nothing better than the very rashest speculation….

    The Lure of the Skies

  • Needless to say, only the rashest of fools would agree to weigh in on this particular debate.

    Archive 2008-05-01

  • Sir Bull! when they tie thee to thy stinking manger, thou pawest the ground with thy forehand and rashest out with thy hind hoofs and pushest with thy horns and bellowest aloud, so they deem thee contented.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • It was the rashest, wisest excursion into debt that I ever made.

    A Question of Honour

  • Needless to say, only the rashest of fools would agree to weigh in on this particular debate.

    The Glass Ceiling

  • Taking no warning from this; but encouraged by there being a moderate party in the Parliament who objected to these strong measures, the King, on the third of January, one thousand six hundred and forty-two, took the rashest step that ever was taken by mortal man.

    A Child's History of England

  • The easy pardon perverse children meet with, when they have done the rashest and most rebellious thing they can do, is the reason

    Clarissa Harlowe

  • For the race is to the rashest of, the romping, jomping rushes of.

    Finnegans Wake

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