Definition of Brass:

  1. Corrosion resistant and easily machineable alloy of copper that contains 25 to 45 percent zinc, and may also contain five to six percent of other metals.

  2. A yellow alloy of copper and zinc.

Synonyms of Brass

ADC, CO, Establishment, German band, OD, Philharmonic, VIP, Aide, Aide-de-camp, Alpenhorn, Alphorn, Althorn, Alto horn, Arch, Aristocracy, Aureate, Ballad horn, Band, Baritone, Baron, Barons, Barrow, Bass horn, Big band, Big gun, Big man, Big name, Bigwig, Blunt, Board, Board of directors, Board of regents, Board of trustees, Boodle, Boundary stone, Brashness, Brass band, Brass choir, Brass hat, Brass quintet, Brass section, Brass wind, Brass-wind instrument, Brasses, Brassy, Brazen, Brazen boldness, Bread, Brigadier, Brigadier general, Bronze, Bronzy, Bucks, Bugle, Bugle horn, Bust, Cabbage, Cabinet, Cadre, Cairn, Callithumpian band, Captain, Celebrity, Cenotaph, Chamber orchestra, Cheek, Chicken colonel, Chief of staff, Chips, Chutzpah, Clarion, Colonel, Column, Combo, Commandant, Commander, Commander in chief, Commanding officer, Commissioned officer, Company officer, Concert band, Confidence, Copper, Coppery, Cornet, Cornet-a-pistons, Corno di caccia, Cornopean, Council, Cream, Cromlech, Cross, Crust, Cup, Cupreous, Cuprous, Cyclolith, Desks, Dignitary, Dignity, Dinero, Directorate, Directory, Dixieland band, Do-re-mi, Dolmen, Double-bell euphonium, Dough, Effrontery, Elder, Elite, Ensemble, Establishment, Euphonium, Exec, Executive arm, Executive committee, Executive hierarchy, Executive officer, Face, Father, Ferrous, Ferruginous, Field marshal, Field officer, Figure, First lieutenant, Five-star general, Footstone, Four-star general, Gall, Gamelan orchestra, Gelt, General, General officer, Generalissimo, Gilt, Gold, Gold-filled, Gold-plated, Golden, Governing board, Governing body, Grave, Gravestone, Grease, Great man, Green, Green stuff, Group, Headstone, Helicon, Heroics, Hoarstone, Horn, Hubris, Hunting horn, Important person, Improvidence, Imprudence, Impudence, Indiscretion, Infrastructure, Injudiciousness, Inscription, Insolence, Interests, Interlocking directorate, Iron, Ironlike, Jack, Jazz band, Jemadar, Jug band, Junior officer, Kale, Key trumpet, Lead, Leaden, Lieutenant, Lieutenant colonel, Lieutenant general, Lion, Lituus, Lords of creation, Lur, Magnate, Major, Major general, Man of mark, Management, Marechal, Marker, Marshal, Mausoleum, Mazuma, Megalith, Mellophone, Memento, Memorial, Memorial arch, Memorial column, Memorial statue, Memorial stone, Menhir, Mercurial, Mercurous, Military band, Mogul, Monolith, Monument, Moolah, Mopus, Mound, Nabob, Name, Necrology, Nerve, Nickel, Nickelic, Nickeline, Nobility, Notability, Notable, Obelisk, Obituary, Officer, Oil of palms, Ointment, One-star general, Oof, Ooftish, Ophicleide, Orchestra, Orchestral horn, Orderly officer, Overboldness, Overcarelessness, Overconfidence, Overlapping, Oversureness, Overweeningness, Panjandrum, Person of renown, Personage, Personality, Pewter, Pewtery, Pillar, Pillar of society, Plaque, Pocket trumpet, Post horn, Power, Power elite, Power structure, Presumption, Prize, Pyramid, Quartet, Quicksilver, Quintet, Ragtime band, Rashness, Reliquary, Remembrance, Rhino, Ribbon, Risaldar, Rock-and-roll group, Rocks, Rostral column, Rudeness, Ruling circle, Ruling circles, Ruling class, Sachem, Sackbut, Saxhorn, Saxtuba, Senior officer, Serpent, Sextet, Shaft, Shavetail, Shekels, Shrine, Silver, Silver-plated, Silvery, Simoleons, Sirdar, Skiffle band, Slide trombone, Sliphorn, Somebody, Something, Sousaphone, Spondulics, Staff officer, Steel, Steel band, Steely, Steering committee, Stela, Stone, Street band, String band, String choir, String orchestra, String quartet, Strings, Stupa, Subahdar, Subaltern, Sublieutenant, Sugar, Swing band, Symphony, Symphony orchestra, Tablet, Temerariousness, Temerity, Tenor tuba, Testimonial, The Old Man, The administration, The best, The best people, The brass, The executive, The great, The needful, The people upstairs, The top, Three-star general, Tin, Tinny, Tomb, Tombstone, Top brass, Top people, Tope, Trio, Tromba, Trombone, Trophy, Trumpet, Tuba, Two-star general, Tycoon, Unchariness, Unwariness, Upper class, Upper crust, Valve trombone, Valve trumpet, Very important person, Waits, Wampum, Woodwind, Woodwind choir, Woodwind quartet, Woodwinds, Worthy, Rudeness, Insolence, Impoliteness, Unmannerliness, Bad manners, Lack of civility, Discourtesy, Discourteousness, Disrespectfulness, Incivility

How to use Brass in a sentence?

  1. A brass plate on the door.

Meaning of Brass & Brass Definition