Definition of Braks

1. brak [n] - See also: brak

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Braks

braked
brakeless
brakemaker
brakemakers
brakeman
brakemen
brakes
brakeshoe
brakeshoes
brakesman
brakier
brakiest
braking
braking distance
braking distances
braks (current term)
braky
braless
bralessness
bralette
bralettes
bramble
bramble bush
bramble net
bramble nets
brambleberries
brambleberry
brambled
brambles
bramblier

Literary usage of Braks

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

1. Spons' Dictionary of Engineering, Civil, Mechanical, Military, and Naval by Edward Spon, Oliver Byrne (1870)
"... Hemp-braks has an adjustable cross-rail I, Fig. 1282, secured to two inclined arms J arranged in front of the revolving beaters D in such a manner as to ..."

2. The Celtic Monthly: A Magazine for Highlanders (1895)
"Hence-forward he was to hold them by the right of the sword alone. In 1495 Donald of Keppoch was one of the AND i.oc'H TREU;, braks OK ..."

3. Fables by Aesop (1879)
"Az tu yur bul, az yu sa hi braks eut ov hiz ... lord, which leks and ba.rz wil net kiip in ; it iz hi dhat braks thru dhi fenz ev mj, ..."

4. History of Hall County, Nebraska: A Narrative of the Past with Special by August F. Buechler, Robert J. Barr, Dale P. Stough (1920)
"This co-called "braks camp" was about twelve miles down the river, hence only about 28 miles distant from our settlement, and on Grand Island itself ..."

5. Pressures on Europe's Common Agricultural Policy by Michel Petit (1989)
"Credit for shrewd chairmanship of the Council of Ministers should be given to braks and his close associates. As usual, the Commission made successive ..."

6. A Dictionary of the Scottish Language: In which the Words are Explained in by John Jamieson (1867)
"BRAK, braks, adj. Somewhat salt, brackish. Douglas.—Belg. brack, sal s us. BRAK, s. Breaking up ; as, the Irak of a storm ; the brak of a market, SBV BRACK. ..."

7. Spons' Dictionary of Engineering, Civil, Mechanical, Military, and Naval by Edward Spon, Oliver Byrne (1870)
"... Hemp-braks has an adjustable cross-rail I, Fig. 1282, secured to two inclined arms J arranged in front of the revolving beaters D in such a manner as to ..."

8. The Celtic Monthly: A Magazine for Highlanders (1895)
"Hence-forward he was to hold them by the right of the sword alone. In 1495 Donald of Keppoch was one of the AND i.oc'H TREU;, braks OK ..."

9. Fables by Aesop (1879)
"Az tu yur bul, az yu sa hi braks eut ov hiz ... lord, which leks and ba.rz wil net kiip in ; it iz hi dhat braks thru dhi fenz ev mj, ..."

10. History of Hall County, Nebraska: A Narrative of the Past with Special by August F. Buechler, Robert J. Barr, Dale P. Stough (1920)
"This co-called "braks camp" was about twelve miles down the river, hence only about 28 miles distant from our settlement, and on Grand Island itself ..."

11. Pressures on Europe's Common Agricultural Policy by Michel Petit (1989)
"Credit for shrewd chairmanship of the Council of Ministers should be given to braks and his close associates. As usual, the Commission made successive ..."

12. A Dictionary of the Scottish Language: In which the Words are Explained in by John Jamieson (1867)
"BRAK, braks, adj. Somewhat salt, brackish. Douglas.—Belg. brack, sal s us. BRAK, s. Breaking up ; as, the Irak of a storm ; the brak of a market, SBV BRACK. ..."

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