Definition of Brisses

1. briss [n] - See also: briss



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Brisses

briskens
brisker
briskest
brisket
brisket disease
briskets
brisking
briskish
briskly
briskness
brisknesses
brisks
brisky
brisling
brislings
brisses (current term)
bristle
bristle-pointed
bristle-shaped
bristle at
bristle brush
bristle cell
bristle fern
bristle up
bristlebird
bristlebirds
bristlecone
bristlecone fir
bristlecone pine

Literary usage of Brisses

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1. Memoirs of Samuel Pepys, Esq., F. R. S., Secretary to the Admiralty in the by Samuel Pepys, John A. Smith (1828)
"... to all the fishing-ports in general, with limiting so many brisses to this, and that port, before we know the readiness of subscribers, we parted. 30th. ..."

2. The Story of My House by George Herman Ellwanger (1890)
"brisses can never be too many. '' I regard the discovery of a new dish,' said the late Henrion de ..."

3. Historical and Descriptive Sketches of Norfolk and Vicinity: Including by William S. Forrest (1853)
"... of a lovely daughter, he read in the first book of Iliad the touching story of brisses. " He wrote Latin with great facility and with uncommon elegance. ..."

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