Definition of Briths
1. brith [n] - See also: brith
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Briths
Literary usage of Briths
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Modern Street Ballads by John Ashton (1888)
"Soaps, briths, &c. The Bath In Diseases of the Skin. The Laws of Life, and their Relation to Diseases of the Skin. Molesworth (Mrs.).—Hather- court Rectory. ..."
2. The Gentleman's Magazine (1807)
"... world yet briths-er Is-i him who caine his people sn redeem: ‘ro Is-ins- may all s-he Nations-s of s-he Ears-h Ins- ..."
3. The British Essayists; with Prefaces, Historical and Biographical, by Alexander Chalmers (1810)
"He proposes, therefore, that they should imitate their great- grandmothers the briths or Picts, and paint the parts of their bodies which are uncovered with ..."
4. The British Essayists: With Prefaces Biographical, Historical and Critical by Lionel Thomas Berguer (1823)
"He proposes, therefore, that they should imitate their great-grandmothers the briths or Picts, and paint the parts of their bodies which are uncovered with ..."
5. Historical Characters: Talleyrand, Cobbett, Mackintosh, Canning by Henry Lytton Bulwer Dalling and Bulwer, [William] Henry Lytton Bulwer (1868)
"... Richard briths, and Reginald Fitz-Urse (December 28), interpreted the King's complaints as commands. They repaired to Canterbury, confirmed in their ..."