Definition of Broos

1. broo [n] - See also: broo



Broos Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Broos

broomiest
brooming
broomless
broomlike
broomrape
broomrape family
broomrapes
brooms
broomstaff
broomstaves
broomstick
broomsticks
broomweed
broomy
broons
broos (current term)
broose
brooses
bros
bros.
bros before hoes
bros before hos
brose
broses
brosey
brosy
brosy-faced
brotel
brotelness
broth

Literary usage of Broos

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Hampshire Allegations for Marriage Licences Granted by the Bishop of by William John Charles Moens, Church of England Diocese of Winchester (1893)
"Aff broos, Edward, of Hartley Wintney, blacksmith, & Catherine May, ... broos, James, of Faccombe, & Jane Rolfe, of Hurstbourne Priora, at HP, 4 Aug., 1742. ..."

2. Paul Schuitema: Visual Organizer by Dick Maan (2006)
"Fotografie in Nederland 7920-7940, The Hague 1979; F. Bool and K. broos, ... 3 Kees broos, Paul Hefting, Grafische Vormgeving in Nederland, een eeuw. ..."

3. Dutch Type by Jan Middendorp (2004)
"Wissing used a specially designed alphabet of constructed letterforms; the triangles and squares refer to basic shapes in Wright's work. S Kees broos ..."

4. Transylvania: Its Products and Its People by Charles Boner (1865)
"broos is a Saxon town, not very neat, with good well- built houses. ... It was in broos that I first tasted Transylvanian wine, which later I enjoyed so ..."

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