Definition of Breyed
1. brey [v] - See also: brey
Lexicographical Neighbors of Breyed
Literary usage of Breyed
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The City: An Inquiry Into the Corporation, Its Livery Companies, and the by William Gilbert (1877)
"... members, and appurtenances, situate, lying, and being in the parish of Saint breyed in Fleet Street, London, and all and singular, houses, edifices, ..."
2. The Medical profession by Walter Rivington (1879)
"... Edward granted,.by charter, to the City the old Palace of Bridewell, the residence of Cardinal Wolsey, in the Parish of St. breyed, in Fleet-street, ..."
3. Wild Honey: Stories of South Africa by Cynthia Stockley (1914)
"... "breyed" to the softness of suede with toes cut square as the nose of a punt. From within the house could be heard at intervals a little snatch of song, ..."