Definition of Breaming

1. Verb. (present participle of bream) ¹



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Definition of Breaming

1. bream [v] - See also: bream

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Breaming

breakthrough
breakthrough pain
breakthrough pains
breakthroughs
breaktime
breaktimes
breakups
breakwall
breakwalls
breakwater
breakwaters
breaky
breamed
breaming (current term)
breamlike
breams
breare
breares
breaskit
breaskits
breast
breast-deep
breast-fed
breast-feed
breast-high
breast augmentation
breast augmentations
breast bone

Literary usage of Breaming

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1. Dues and Charges on Shipping in Foreign Ports: A Manual of Reference for the (1907)
"In all cases the breaming shall be done by a master caulker, ... During the time of breaming, men shall be posted fore and aft with buckets of water to ..."

2. Summary of the Duties of a Justice of the Peace Out of Sessions: Summary by Thomas James Arnold (1860)
"Any person breaming any private ship &c. (as No. 2, p. 483) afloat in any of the port*, harbours or havens or other places in this kingdom for which any ..."

3. The Magistrate's Pocket-book, Or, An Epitome of the Duties and Practice of a by William Robinson (1825)
"5l. for every five Ibs. weight of gunpowder; to be recovered, applied, and appeal as above. Ibid. s. 6. 11. breaming such ships at any other place than ..."

4. Days at the Factories: Or, The Manufacturing Industry of Great Britain by George Dodd (1843)
"This breaming consisted in melting the pitchy coating with which the bottom was covered, by holding kindled furze, faggots, or reeds under it, ..."

5. The Justice of the Peace and Parish Officer by Richard Burn, Joseph Chitty, Thomas Chitty (1837)
"Places to be appointed for breaming ships, and for leaving and ... Penalties on breaming ships, except at appointed places, and pug guns shotted. . 9. ..."

6. Summary of the Duties of a Justice of the Peace Out of Sessions: With Some by Henry James Pye (1827)
"Owner or pilot, &c. of private ship (except from stress of weather) coming within distance appointed by Lord High Admiral, for breaming ships and having on ..."

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