Definition of Braws
1. fine clothes [n]
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Literary usage of Braws
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1. A Compendium of British Mining, with Statistical Notices of the Principal by Joseph Yelloly Watson (1843)
"... braws. The elvan courses abound in irregular joints; they are commonly several fathoms wide, and their composition, veins of compact felspar, ..."
2. The Edinburgh Literary Journal; Or, Weekly Register of Criticism and Belles by Percy Bysshe Shelley (1831)
"... keep a' his braws for a day that's no like to come, and that's our bridal ; now, ye ken it's «aid, that as long аз the moths keep off folk's cines, ..."
3. Archiv für das Studium der neueren Sprachen und Literaturen by L. Herrig (1872)
"142): I see ye hae gotten a' your braws on. — ib. c. 29 (II, p. 173): I think having seen a' the braws yonder and finding out anc may be happier without ..."
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