Definition of Beraking
1. berake [v] - See also: berake
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Beraking
Literary usage of Beraking
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Annual Report by Ohio State Board of Agriculture (1896)
"This year 1 had a young in-e 'hat bore so very well that before I knew it ;he limbs were beraking down. :uid 1 let them remain on the tree until about •as ..."
2. The Revolutions of Portugal by Vertot, Gabriel Roussillon (1724)
"... beraking out :, but Melhor with grief perceiv'd that Schomberg favour'd the other Party, and that the Grandees of the Kingdom had all ..."
3. Journal of the Proceedings of the Annual Convention of the Protestant by Protestant Episcopal Church in the USA, Albany Diocese (1900)
"... Church were rendered necessary, the extension of the Sacrarium floor, and the beraking through for a new door from sacristy to the body of the Church. ..."