Pronunciation of Rash
/ɹˈaʃ/, /ɹˈaʃ/, /ɹ_ˈa_ʃ/
Synonyms for rash:
Other synonyms and related words:
florescence, unwise, unwary, hurried, precipitous, pattern, harum-scarum, heady, gadarene, venturesome, process, prime, inadvisable, flower, blossom, desperate, unthinking, shortsighted, bold, indiscreet, blizzard, foolish, cycle, pell-mell, temerarious, quick, drive-by, judicious, unconsidered, impolitic, overconfident, unruly, epidemic, catalog, unbalanced, plague, anthesis, overhasty, devil-may-care, madcap, spate, roseola, uncritical, mindless, blind, efflorescence, precipitant, rushed, flush, line, bloom, improvident, chain, slapdash, tactless, heyday, peak, inexpedient, skin rash, intoxicating, flood, inflorescence, train, flowering, ill-advised, outbreak, headlong, flurry, blossoming, trail, precipitate, litter.
careless, impulsive (adjective)
foolhardy, madcap, headlong, bold, fiery, indiscreet, hasty, wild, unthinking, reckless, overhasty, passionate, daring, ill-considered, hotheaded, imprudent, venturesome, thoughtless, devil-may-care, heedless, brash, incautious, ill-advised, audacious, precipitant, unwary, precipitate, impetuous, injudicious.
edgy, excitable, impulsive, touchy, emotional, volatile, sensitive, cranky, passionate, nervous, combustible, tempestuous, brittle, ardent, crusty, reckless, quick-tempered, hot-tempered, high-strung, fragile, stormy, short-tempered, explosive, fiery, volcanic, irritable.
brazen, irresponsible, daredevil, hectic, unheedful, reckless, desperado, impulsive, daring, imprudent, thoughtless, foolhardy, hotheaded, injudicious, careless, incautious, brash, breakneck, audacious, impetuous.
reckless, headlong, unmindful, wild, frantic, careless, harum-scarum, daring, thoughtless, inattentive, indifferent, overconfident, temerarious, negligent, foolhardy, brash, hectic, desperate, heedless, imprudent, irresponsible, nonchalant.
Sense 3 (noun)
outbreak of disease or condition (noun)
roseola, skin rash, efflorescence.
Usage examples for rash:
- Behind Tad's wild impulses and rash acts, Emma saw the man to be. - "The Lost Wagon", James Arthur Kjelgaard.
- Fear of Lucy's rash was pretty well over now, and she was to go home in a day or two; so the children were allowed to be together, and they enjoyed it very much. - "Little Lucy's Wonderful Globe", Charlotte M. Yonge.
- I hope you won't be rash, Jim, and throw away the best chance you may ever get. - "The Lure of the North", Harold Bindloss.