WORD OF THE DAY


WORD OF THE DAY   Brusque brəsk Part of speech: adjective Origin: French & Italian, 16th century 1 Very abrupt or curt 2 Rudely blunt Examples of Brusque in a sentence "Her short, brusque reply said more than any wordy explanation could." "Rather than being brusque with customers, I try to listen and respond politely."

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