what is difference between brashness and gaudiness
From brash + -ness.
brashness (usually uncountable, plural brashnesses)
- The characteristic of being brash.
- Synonyms: audacity, boldness, nerve
gaudy + -ness
gaudiness (countable and uncountable, plural gaudinesses)
- Pretension in appearance; looking overly and distastefully adorned.
- Nearby residents don’t want any gaudiness in the building’s renovation: they want it to be tasteful and understated.
- Agnus Deis
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