Definition of Brooses

1. broose [n] - See also: broose



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Brooses

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

Literary usage of Brooses

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1. Vagabond Songs and Ballads of Scotland: With Many Old and Familiar Melodies by Robert Ford (1899)
"brooses were common in Burns's time ; and in his " New Year's Morning Salutation to his Auld Mare Maggie," it will be remembered, the poet says— " At ..."

2. The Life of Charles Dickens by John Forster (1872)
"We are in a state of mind beyond everything, and ' my pa is one mask of brooses both blue and green like- ' wise two forms are steepled in his Goar. ..."

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