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Definition of Brazer
1. one that brazes [n -S] - See also: brazes
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Literary usage of Brazer
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1. The Christian Examiner (1846)
"John brazer, DD of Salem, in the fifty-seventh year of his age. ... Dr. brazer held always a prominent place in the community where he resided, ..."
2. A Dictionary of Books Relating to America, from Its Discovery to the Present by Joseph Sabin, Wilberforce Eames, Bibliographical Society of America, Robert William Glenroie Vail (1869)
"brazer (J.) A Discourse on the Life and Character of the late Hon. ... By Samuel brazer, Junior. Printed at Worcester by Sew all Goodridge, May l()th, 1804. ..."
3. Heralds of a Liberal Faith by Samuel Atkins Eliot (1910)
"(2) JOHN brazer (1787-1846) was born in Worcester, Mass., about the year 1787. ... In 1817 Mr. brazer became the successor of Professor Frisbie in the Latin ..."
4. The Private Correspondence of Daniel Webster by Daniel Webster, Fletcher Webster, Edwin David Sanborn (1857)
"brazer. W. TUDOR. Boston, November 10, 1828. DEAR SIR,—I part with Whately, not without regret^ as I have not had leisure to go through him regularly, ..."
5. Journals of Ralph Waldo Emerson: With Annotations by Ralph Waldo Emerson (1912)
"Soon after they met at a dinner party at Colonel P.'s, where all the appointments were excellent. Cigars were offered, and brazer de- ..."
6. Historic Homes and Institutions and Genealogical and Personal Memoirs of by Ellery Bicknell Crane (1907)
"... Massachusetts Volunteers, for service in the civil war, and died in the military hospital at brazer City, Louisiana ; Martha, deceased ; Mary, deceased; ..."
7. The Liberal Preacher by Thomas Russell Sullivan (1828)
"JOHN brazer, SALEM, MASS. CHRISTIAN UNITY. iv. 3. Endeavoring to keep the unity of the spirit In the bund of pence. THERE is scarcely any part of our social ..."