Definition of Broos
1. broo [n] - See also: broo
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Broos
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 ..."