Definition of Brothy

1. Adjective. Resembling broth. ¹



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Definition of Brothy

1. resembling broth [adj] - See also: broth

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Brothy

brotherliness
brotherlinesses
brotherly
brotherly love
brotherman
brothermen
brotherred
brothers
brothers-in-arms
brothers-in-law
brothership
brothier
brothiest
brothiness
broths
brothy (current term)
brotizolam
brotula
brotulas
brotus
brouded
brough
brougham
broughams
broughs
brought
brought about
brought back
brought down
brought forth

Literary usage of Brothy

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1. Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland by Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland (1901)
"... harre brothy' î his Ryght and foo so Brake thes Heule to fall in y' ... all so no brothy' of y* sayd yeild schall by no salt ne yre ne collis to use ..."

2. Journal by Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland (1901)
"... all so no brothy' of y° sayd yeild schall by no salt ne yre ne collis to use or'ra ... to y' sayde brothy'. " All so salt yrcn & collis and Suche othyr ..."

3. The Middle English Ideal of Personal Beauty: As Found in the Metrical by Walter Clyde Curry (1916)
"Arth., 1090 ff. thus, His berd was brothy and blake, }>at tille his brest ... That brothy e here and in the preceding quotation does not mean stiff, ..."

4. George Eliot's Works by George Eliot (1893)
"Esther was waiting for the sake of — not a probability, but — a mere possibility, which made the brothy odours endurable. Apparently, in less than half an ..."

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