Lexicographical Neighbors of Briared
briared (current term)
Literary usage of Briared
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Homes and haunts of the most eminent British poets by William Howitt (1847)
"Hark ! the raven flaps his wing In the briared dell below ; Hark ! the death-owl loud doth sing To the nightmares, as they go. My love is dead, etc. ..."
2. Essays Biographical and Critical: Chiefly on English Poets by David Masson (1856)
"Hark ! the raven flaps his wing In the briared dell below; Hark! the death-owl loud doth sing To the nightmares as they go. My love is dead, ..."
3. Magnalia Christi Americana: Or, The Ecclesiastical History of New-England by Cotton Mather, Thomas Robbins, Samuel Gardner Drake (1855)
"About this time New-England was miserably briared in the perplexities of an Indian war; and the salvages, in the east part of the country, issuing out from ..."
4. Imaginary Conversations of Literary Men and Statesmen by Walter Savage Landor (1829)
"Tired however with this geographical discursion, burred and briared and braked with homilies, he reminded his master that no time was to be lost in looking ..."