Definition of Bracks
1. brack [n] - See also: brack
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bracks
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. ..."