Definition of Brailles

1. braille [v] - See also: braille



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Brailles

braider
braiders
braidest
braiding
braidings
braidlike
braids
braies
brail
brailed
brailing
braille
brailled
brailler
braillers
brailles
braillewriter
braillewriters
brailling
braillist
braillists
brails
brain
brain-bending
brain-cramp
brain-damaged
brain-dead
brain-derived growth factor
brain-derived neurotrophic factor

Literary usage of Brailles

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Publications by Oxford Historical Society, Bostonian Society (1890)
"(Brailles' Chantry.) Among the rest, was one founded by John Brailles rector and deane of this church anno 1333 ; who dying that year3 and buried here, ..."

2. "Survey of the Antiquities of the City of Oxford," Composed in 1661-6 by Anthony à Wood (1890)
"(Brailles' Chantry.) Among the rest, was one founded by John Brailles rector and deane of this church anno 1333; who dying that year3 and buried here, ..."

3. "Survey of the Antiquities of the City of Oxford," Composed in 1661-6 by Anthony à Wood (1890)
"Among the rest, was one founded by John Brailles rector and deane of this church anno 1333; who dying that year3 and buried here, left severall ..."

4. The Antient and Present State of the City of Oxford: Containing an Account by Anthony à Wood, John Peshall (1773)
"Among the Reft was one founded by J. Brailles, Rector and Dean of this Church, ... Brailles, ancl Maud his Wife ; and for all other faithful Souls in Chrift ..."

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