Definition of Bravoed
1. bravo [v] - See also: bravo
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Literary usage of Bravoed
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Minutes of the Provincial Council of Pennsylvania: From the Organization to by Pennsylvania (Colony) Provincial council (1852)
"... that being afterwards carried by force out of " it, and the Neighborhood having been treated with great contempt, " insulted and bravoed by those, ..."
2. A Literary History of Scotland by John Hepburn Millar (1903)
"... upon to sing the whole of 'God save the King,' in a little squeaking mealy voice, and was bravoed and applauded, as though he had been Braham himself. ..."
3. Forty Years an Advertising Agent, 1865-1905 by George Presbury Rowell (1906)
"He bravoed, pounded the floor with his heavy cane, stamped his feet, and could hardly contain himself, and his exhibition of feeling excited Mr. McGuire's ..."
4. Building the Pacific Railway: The Construction-story of America's First Iron by Edwin Legrand Sabin (1919)
"... walnut," as might be anticipated of a magnate whose office was exotic) and lustily bravoed by the assembling throng shook hands with the UP delegation. ..."
5. Diary of George Mifflin Dallas, While United States Minister to Russia 1837 by George Mifflin Dallas (1892)
"The Vice- Chancellor, always somewhat fussy at home, wriggled and bravoed in ecstasies. Prince Volkonsky, a young man, sang two French songs with a rich, ..."