Definition of Braws

1. fine clothes [n]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Braws

brawnedness
brawner
brawners
brawnier
brawniest
brawnily
brawniness
brawninesses
brawning
brawnness
brawns
brawny
brawny arm
brawny oedema
brawny scleritis
braws (current term)
braxies
braxton hicks contraction
braxy
bray
brayed
brayer
brayers
braying
brayingly
brayings
brays
braza
brazas
braze

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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