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A term used when businesses paid employees in cash and would allow their workers to draw money against the week's pay they had coming on Friday. To "brass out" meant that an employee had drawn more money than he had coming in Friday's pay envelope.
If you keep on drawin' money, you're gonna "Brass Out" at Noon on Wednesday, you won't have nothin' comin on Friday an' your old lady's gonna kick your ass.
by videriquamesse August 01, 2011
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