Definition of Brays

1. Noun. (plural of bray) ¹



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Definition of Brays

1. bray [v] - See also: bray

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Brays

brawny
brawny arm
brawny oedema
brawny scleritis
braws
braxies
braxton hicks contraction
braxy
bray
brayed
brayer
brayers
braying
brayingly
brayings
brays (current term)
braza
brazas
braze
brazed
brazeletta
brazen
brazen-faced
brazen bull
brazen bulls
brazened
brazenface
brazenfaced
brazenfaces
brazening

Literary usage of Brays

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1. The Library of Literary Criticism of English and American Authors by Charles Wells Moulton (1904)
"March, removed to Coventry with her father; friendship with the brays, resulting in a change in her religious views to Unitarian- ism; domestic disturbances ..."

2. Women Writers: Their Works and Ways by Catherine Jane Hamilton (1893)
"... and Coventry— Housekeeping—Constant depression—Removes to Foleshill—Intimacy with the brays—Influence of Miss Hennell—Translates ..."

3. A dictionary of quotations from the English poets by Henry George Bohn (1881)
"brays the loud trumpet; squeaks the fiddle sharp : Expels diseases, softens every pain, Music exalts each joy, allays each grief, -%'«*** Addresses, ..."

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