American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A golf club with a brass-plated sole and a wooden head, used for long low shots; a two wood.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See brassy.
- n. golf, dated A wooden-headed golf club with a brass base plate, similar to a modern two wood.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. formerly a golfing wood with a face more elevated that a driver but less than a spoon.
- n. (formerly) a golfing wood with a face more elevated that a driver but less than a spoon
“He is holding a wooden headed, driving club – either a brassie or a spoon.”
“Yes | No | Report from joey wrote 2 years 2 weeks ago brassie with a propeller”
“He was an ogre and she was a brassie, but they were identical twins?”
“And when their son Esk Ogre married Bria Brassie, we became part brassie too.”
“No. He married a nymph named Tandy, and she married a brassie man named Brawnye.”
“My father is part ogre and my mother is all brassie.”
“But the son of an ogre and a brassie-does he have a talent?”
“Jane was twirling her capable brassie with rather a dangerous swing and the odd weapon now seemed formidable indeed.”
“The driver, brassie and spoon are wooden-headed clubs, but the others have always iron heads.”
“The names of the chief sticks and implements employed in the sport are: driver, brassie, spoon, cleek, iron, mashie, niblick and putter.”
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