Word "BRASS" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
the persons (or committees or departments etc.) who make up a body for the purpose of administering something
Synonyms:
administration, establishment, governance, governing body, organisation, organization

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
a wind instrument that consists of a brass tube (usually of variable length) that is blown by means of a cup-shaped or funnel-shaped mouthpiece
Synonyms:
brass instrument

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
a memorial made of brass
Synonyms:
memorial tablet, plaque

Crossword Clues for BRASS

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Clue Source Date
Orchestra section The Guardian Quick 03 Sep 2022
Generals and admirals Wall Street Journal 01 Sep 2022
Metal in a trumpet USA Today 19 Aug 2022
Tin item on chest supported by ship The Times Cryptic 08 Jul 2022
Alloy of copper and zinc The Telegraph Quick 20 Jun 2022
Copper/zinc alloy The Telegraph Quick 15 Jun 2022
Money made by son wearing women’s clothing The Times Cryptic 02 May 2022
Majors, say New York Times 05 Feb 2022
Almost impudent joining school band Irish Times Crosaire 29 Jan 2022
Army bigwigs Eugene Sheffer 24 Nov 2021
Supporter with two sons gives money The Times Cryptic 11 Nov 2021
Cornet composition Wall Street Journal 21 Oct 2021
Copper alloy Thomas Joseph 18 Sep 2021
Top __ The Washington Post 17 Jul 2021
Top __ LA Times Daily 17 Jul 2021
Section that doesn't include the sax, surprisingly LA Times Daily 16 May 2021
Section that doesn't include the sax, surprisingly The Washington Post 16 May 2021
Horn material Family Time 02 May 2021
Yellow alloy The Times Concise 30 Mar 2021
Impertinence The Times Concise 03 Jan 2021
Alloy of copper and zinc The Telegraph Quick 01 Nov 2020
1980s ITV sitcom about the 1930s industrial north The Times Specialist Sunday 30 Aug 2020
Copper-zinc alloy USA Today 28 Aug 2020
Supporters start to save money The Telegraph Cryptic 22 Aug 2020
Orchestra section The Washington Post 16 Jul 2020
Orchestra section LA Times Daily 16 Jul 2020
Alloy; cheek The Telegraph Quick 15 Jul 2020
Tuba material Newsday 05 Jul 2020
Button material, sometimes Family Time 21 Jun 2020
Metal in a tuba USA Today 06 Jun 2020
Copper and zinc The Telegraph Quick 26 May 2020
Orchestra section Wall Street Journal 11 Apr 2020
Gall? Canadiana 06 Jan 2020
Copper-zinc alloy Universal 27 Oct 2019
Battle bosses Newsday 27 Oct 2019
Tubas and trombones USA Today 24 Oct 2019
Effrontery Canadiana 16 Sep 2019
Army bigwigs Eugene Sheffer 27 Aug 2019
Top officers LA Times Daily 07 Jul 2019
Top officers The Washington Post 07 Jul 2019
Bold self-confidence seen in orchestra section The Telegraph Cryptic 13 Jun 2019
Copper alloy Thomas Joseph 11 Jun 2019
Support something like the Great Britain, providing money The Telegraph Cryptic 07 Jun 2019
Pentagon bigwigs Thomas Joseph 03 May 2019
Copper-and-zinc alloy The Washington Post 18 Mar 2019
Copper-and-zinc alloy LA Times Daily 18 Mar 2019
Copper-and-zinc alloy
Zinc plus copper
Top officers
Copper-zinc alloy
Tubas and trombones
Audacity shown by brother facing fool The Telegraph Toughie 04 Dec 2018
Singer brings in right band section The Sun Two Speed 30 Nov 2018
Military VIPs The Sun Two Speed 30 Nov 2018
Copper and zinc alloy The Times Concise 19 Nov 2018
Fish bringing in right money The Telegraph Cryptic 16 Oct 2018
Money needed for memorial The Sun Two Speed 25 Sep 2018
Alloy The Sun Two Speed 25 Sep 2018
Trumpets and tubas, e.g USA Today 25 Sep 2018
“If you think that the ____ is not blowing hard enough, tone it down another shade or two” (Richard Strauss) The Times Specialist Sunday 02 Sep 2018
Part of the orchestra in the money? The Telegraph Cryptic 23 Jul 2018
Singer brings in right instruments The Sun Two Speed 25 Jun 2018
Army bigwigs Thomas Joseph 19 Jun 2018
Military bigwigs New York Times 17 Jun 2018
Money for military VIPs The Sun Two Speed 04 Jun 2018
Effrontery The Telegraph Quick 24 May 2018
Metal alloy The Times Concise 18 May 2018
Alloy The Telegraph Quick 24 Apr 2018
Tuba material Universal 03 Apr 2018
Alloy of copper and zinc Irish Times Simplex 10 Mar 2018
Trumpets and tubas, e.g.
Military bigwigs
Tuba material
Horn material Universal 21 Dec 2017
Metal in tubas Newsday 06 Sep 2017
Much of a marching band New York Times 21 Jun 2017
Orchestral section Newsday 11 Jun 2017
The top military players? The Times Cryptic 07 Mar 2017
Military bigwigs The Washington Post 10 Jan 2017
Pentagon V.I.P.s New York Times 04 Jan 2017
Much of a marching band
Horn material
Pentagon V.I.P.s
Orchestral section Universal 22 Dec 2016
Army VIPs Thomas Joseph 24 Nov 2016
Copper + zinc New York Times 26 Sep 2016
Leadership LA Times Daily 06 May 2016
Common alloy The Times Concise 14 Apr 2016
Money, in British slang Wall Street Journal 17 Mar 2016
Metal alloy The Sun Two Speed 07 Feb 2016
Effrontery shown by a section of the orchestra The Sun Two Speed 07 Feb 2016
Copper + zinc
Orchestral section
Leadership
Type of band Universal 15 Nov 2015
Military muckety-mucks New York Times 18 Oct 2015
An alloy The Telegraph Quick 05 Aug 2015
Nerve of some players! The Telegraph Cryptic 28 Jul 2015
Majors, e.g New York Times 25 Jul 2015
Alloy also used for bottle The Times Cryptic 18 Jun 2015
Copper-zinc alloy Newsday 18 May 2015
Runs into singer and part of orchestra The Telegraph Cryptic 08 Mar 2015
Band section Eugene Sheffer 31 Jan 2015
Type of band
Majors, e.g.
Military muckety-mucks
Copper-zinc alloy
Orchestral section
Military group
Source of many orders
Material for a bugle
Alloy of copper and zinc
Metallic alloy
Pentagon powers
Horn section
Metal used for tubas
Military bigwigs
Orchestra section
Authority figures
Word with "ring" or "knuckles"
Alloy of zinc and copper
Orchestra section
Bugle material
Heavy alloy
Bugle material
Trumpet metal
Top officers
Orchestra section
Heavy metal
Military muckamucks
Metal in tubas
Military leaders
Military bigwigs
Dirty Dozen ___ Band
Military bigwigs
Word with "tacks" or "knuckles"
Higher-ups
Military muckamucks
Horn section
Chutzpah
Trumpets and trombones, e.g.
Trumpets and trombones, e.g.
Officers
Military bigwigs
Band section
Bugle material
Bigwigs in uniform
Orchestra section
Epitome of boldness
Word with "band" or "ring"
Pentagon personnel
Word with "tacks" or "knuckles"
Military pooh-bahs
Impudence of a Br. fool
Very important people
Military bigwigs
Word before band or ring
Base runners?
Effrontery
Tuba metal
Military muck-a-mucks
Big cheeses
Copper/zinc alloy
Chutzpah
Kind of band
Bigwigs
Group giving orders
Effrontery
Group giving orders
Orchestra section
Self-assurance
Impudence
Word with tacks or knuckles
High-ranking officers, familiarly
Generals and such
Switchplate metal
Heavy metal alloy
Pentagon personnel
Audacity
Military honchos
Upstairs group
Military material?
Military honchos
Upstairs group
Button material
General assembly?
Carousel's ring
Bold self-assurance
Button material
Chutzpah
Section in a pit
Section in a pit
Type of band
Word with top (army bigwigs)
Type of band
Higher-ups
Alloy of copper and zinc
Copper alloy
Word with ring or knuckles
37 Down, e.g.
Officials
Generals and such
Some winds
Material for many a light fixture
Trumpets and tubas, e.g.
76 trombones, e.g.
Officials
High-ranking military officers
Copper and zinc alloy
Orchestra section
Orchestra section
Bigwigs
Trumpets and trombones
Bigwigs
Effrontery
Military leaders
Tubas and such
Army VIPs
Army VIPs
Military muckamucks
Military bigwigs
Metallic alloy
Word with tacks or knuckles
Orchestra section
Pentagon bigwigs
Army officials
Orchestral section
Tuba or trombone
Military leaders
Word with band or hat
Military big shots
Military officials
Pentagon people, informally
Top guns
Military muckamucks
Gall
Military VIP's
Top dogs at 16-Across
Audacity
Copper-zinc alloy
Joint Chiefs, e.g.
Effrontery
Pentagon material?
Top officers
Overbearing quality
Bigwigs
Bigwigs in uniforms
Army honchos
Word with knuckles or tacks
Marching band, largely
Nerve
Cheekiness
Frank Norris book: 1921
Gall
Yellowish alloy
Army biggies
Military V.I.P.'s
Kind of ring or band
Alloy of copper and zinc
" . . . putty, ___, an' PAint": Kipling
High-ranking officers
Gold-braided ones
Word with hat or band
V.I.P.'s
Crust
___ hat
Kind of band
Metal for a monkey
Pentagon feature
Generals, etc.
Kind of knuckles
Orchestra section
Tijuana ___.
Pentagon people.
Common alloy.
Yellow alloy.
Military rank: Slang.
Alloy.
Orchestral section.
The makings of tacks.
Metal for tacks.
Metallic yellow.
Reddish-yellow color.
Orchestra section.
Yellowish metal.
Hat material.
___ tacks (basic facts).
___ hat.
___ band.
Material of the French horn.
Gold braid wearers.
Copper and zinc.
Occupants of Pentagon.
Population of the Pentagon.
Part of an orchestra.
Section of an orchestra.
Trumpets or horns.
Army bigwigs.
Attorney in "Old Curiosity Shop."
Villain in "Old Curiosity Shop."
Knavish attorney of "Old Curiosity Shop."
Copper plus zinc.
Top military
Pentagon figures
Military leaders
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