brusque: adj. abrupt or offhand in speech or manner.
Usage: I was met with a brusque manner when I mentioned the reality of the situation.
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Tagged as brusque, manner, offhand, speech
His brusque silence filled the room with an uneasy fog.
Excellent usage. I like the metaphor.
Is it prounced “Broosk” or “broo-SKAY” or ______ ?
According to dictionary.com it’s “bruhsk” or “broosk”. Personally, I like “bru-Skay”.
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caper: v. dance or skip about in a lively or playful way.
Concepts generate thought, some of the thoughts manifested storm into the mind. The best thoughts caper across the lobes of the brain, bringing excitement and understanding.
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