Definition of Brooching
1. brooch [v] - See also: brooch
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Brooching
Literary usage of Brooching
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1. Reynolds' Handbook of the Mining Laws of the United States and Canada by Joseph Ward Reynolds (1898)
"Brooching Smoothing. Carbonates Lead, oxide and carbonic acid. Cap Pinch. Cheek Wall. Chloride Chlorine united with another element. ..."
2. Bulletin by United States Bureau of Mines (1920)
"Pyritic ores. (Halse) Brooch (Corn). A mixture of various ores. (Power) Brooching. See Broaching. ..."
3. Poems by Charles Harpur (1883)
"... rest Glows like a mighty gem brooching the mountain' breast, I drink and muse, or mark the wide-spread herd, Or list the tinkling of the dingle-bird ..."