Definition of Brame

1. n. Sharp passion; vexation.



Definition of Brame

1. fierce passion [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Brame

bralette
bralettes
bramble bush
bramble net
bramble nets
brambleberries
brambleberry
brambled
brambles
bramblier
brambliest
brambling
bramblings
brambly
brame (current term)
brames
brammallite
bran
bran-new
bran flake
bran muffin
brancard
brancards
branch
branch line
branch migration
branch of auriculotemporal nerve to tympanic membrane
branch of glossopharyngeal nerve to stylopharyngeus muscle
branch of government

Literary usage of Brame

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1. Reports of Cases Heard and Determined by the Lord Chancellor, and the Court by John Peter De Gex, Steuart Macnaghten, Alexander Gordon, Great Britain Court of Chancery, Jonathan Cogswell Perkins (1872)
"liara Henry Alexander of the other part, Banjamin brame covenanted with the ... By another indenture of even date, and executed by Benjamin brame alone, ..."

2. A Concise Treatise on the Law of Wills by Henry Studdy Theobald (1908)
"364 (c) ; A.-G. v. Harley, 5 Mad. 321 ; Harrison v. Harrison, 1 R. & M. 71 (d) ; Alexander v. brame, 30 B. 153 (e) ; Chester v. ..."

3. Lawn Tennis at Home and Abroad by Arthur Wallis Myers (1903)
"brame HILLYARD. made many excursions ; when he does so, his name may be looked for with confidence in the prize list. The brothers Pearson are both well ..."

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