Definition of Brulot

1. a biting fly [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Brulot

bruit de la roue de moulin
bruit de lime
bruit de rappel
bruit de scie
bruit de scie ou de rape
bruit de soufflet
bruit de tabourka
bruit de tambour
bruit de triolet
bruited
bruiter
bruiters
bruiting
bruits
brule
brulot (current term)
brulots
brulyie
brulyies
brulzie
brulzies
brumal
brumate
brumated
brumating
brumation
brumbies
brumby
brume
brumes

Literary usage of Brulot

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1. Captain Canot, Or, Twenty Years of an African Slaver: Being an Account of by Theodore Canot, Brantz Mayer (1854)
"brulot felt that his day was over. The Spaniard's decks were crowded with an alert, armed crew; four charming little bull-dogs showed their muzzles from ..."

2. Captain Canot, Or, Twenty Years of an African Slavery: Being an Account of by Brantz Mayer (1854)
"brulot felt that his day was over. The Spaniard's decks were crowded with an alert, armed crew; four charming little bull-dogs showed their muzzles from ..."

3. Captain Canot; or, Twenty years of an African slaver, by B. Mayer by Theophilus Conneau (1855)
"That afternoon, a boat manned by negroes, passed with the Spanish flag; but, as there was no white man aboard, brulot took it for a ruse of the Mongo ..."

4. An Historical Sketch of the Greek Revolution by Samuel Gridley Howe (1828)
"brulot or fire-ship by the Greeks ; and as all the victories and naval advantages which they have gained, have been by means of them, a few lines may be ..."

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