Definition of Broses

1. brose [n] - See also: brose



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Broses

broomstaff
broomstaves
broomstick
broomsticks
broomweed
broomy
broons
broos
broose
brooses
bros
bros.
bros before hoes
bros before hos
brose
broses (current term)
brosey
brosy
brosy-faced
brotel
brotelness
broth
broth of a boy
broth of a man
brothel creeper
brothel creepers
brothel keeper
brotheler
brothelers

Literary usage of Broses

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

1. Alemannia by Anton Birlinger, Fridrich Pfaff, Badische Heimat, Freiburg i. B. (1883)
"Sagt: ala sie in Ihrer Jagend das nähen in Wald gelernt, habe angegebene broses weib (bei welcher sie zur ... 4 Man soll dieß broses weib und dann die ..."

2. Calendar of the Close Rolls Preserved in the Public Record Office: Prepared by Great Britain Public Record Office, Great Britain Court of Chancery, H. C. Maxwell Lyte, William Henry Stevenson (1908)
"The like to the sheriffs of London for John broses and Bartholomew Boilly, merchants of Abbeville. The like to the bailiffs of Leime for John Goys, ..."

3. The Adventures of James Sharan: Compiled from the Journal, Written During by James Sharan (1808)
"... is in general a thick pottage, formed of oatmeal and water boiled, with milk or butter, and frequently eaten in hard lumps, which are called broses. ..."

4. Universal Biography: Containing a Copious Account, Critical and Historical ...by John Lemprière by John Lemprière (1810)
"AMBROSE, Isaac, descended of the Am-, broses of Ambrose-hall in Lancashire, и ам of Brazen Nose college, Oxford, ..."

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