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Definition of Bready
1. resembling or characteristic of bread [adj]
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Literary usage of Bready
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1. The Canadian Law Times by Judicial Committee, Great Britain, Privy Council (1899)
"bready. Appeal—Taxation of costs in Court of Appeal—Forum for appeal from taxation. An appeal does not lie to the Court of Appeal or a Judge thereof, ..."
2. Historical and Literary Memorials of Presbyterianism in Ireland by Thomas Witherow (1880)
"He demitted the charge of Bangor on the 21st of May, 1793, and died in March the next year. 16. WILLIAM JAMES, Minister at bready ..."
3. The Digest of Canadian Criminal Case Law: Comprising the Reported Cases on by George Edward McCrossan, Samuel Davies Schultz, Andrew Miller Harper (1908)
"bready v. ROBERTSON, 14 PR 7. 20. Costs — SECURITY гон.]—An order under 53 Viet. c. 23 (O.) for security for costs in actions against a justice of the peace ..."
4. Men of West Virginia by Biographical Publishing Company (1903)
"GEORGE R. bready, general manager of the Harper's Ferry Paper Company and ... He is a son of George C. and Margaret E. (Hill) bready, and a grandson of ..."
5. A Brief Account of the Author's Interview with His Countrymen, and of the by Jeremiah O'Donovan (1864)
"Mr. Patrick bready ; I have spoken of this gentleman already in the best and highest terms I could command, though in terms inadequate to his worth and ..."