Definition of Bracks

1. brack [n] - See also: brack



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bracks

bracket creep
bracket fungus
bracket out
bracketed
bracketed blenny
bracketing
bracketless
bracketlike
bracketry
brackets
brackish
brackishly
brackishness
brackishnesses
brackishwater
bracks (current term)
bracky
braconid
braconids
bracovirus
bracoviruses
bract
bractea
bracteal
bracteate
bracteates
bracted
bracteolate
bracteole
bracteoles

Literary usage of Bracks

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

1. European Commerce: Or, Complete Mercantile Guide to the Continent of Europe by C. W. Rördansz (1818)
"The pipe staves (as have been observed) are of three sorts; crown, brack, and bracks brack. The gauge for crown is four and a half inches broad ..."

2. Fenland Notes & Queries by Walter Debenham Sweeting (1900)
"... bracks Drove, NW of The bracks Horse-fen Drove, SE of The bracks East Fen Drove, from East-fen Common NE Little Bank Drove, SE of and parallel with ..."

3. Gun and Camera in Southern Africa: A Year of Wanderings in Bechuanaland, the by Henry Anderson Bryden (1893)
"On the left or southward of the road are two large bracks, or " licks," in the same ... These bracks were and still are favourite places for night shooting. ..."

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