- v. Obsolete spelling of break.
“I hate to breake it to you but pretty soon 7 months will be a year and then 2 and then 3yrs and it will not have done anything to "stimulate" the economy.”
“What ever we do or say the revolt will enpower itself and the world welcome to reality and the future is now in our hands sieze and breake the chains of oppression”
““If they continue to occupy that ground,” Pillow wrote to Polk, “they will breake up the party & will leave no hope of reconciliation.””
“What will that mean for later contest if you can breake rules and gain for it about naging about it over and over for week for week.”
“More than 100 East Village, Murray Hill, and U.E.S. bars are also participating, trying to breake a Guinness (ha.)”
“While he investigates someone breake into his house; everything is wrecked but nothing seems taken as if they searched for something.”
“Your force, to breake, blowe, burn and make me new.”
“If I show them I see they are, I shall breake the rules and they will punish me.”
“Gimme a breake, TN is well awared of MindArk's tricks.”
“In ye heat of ye talke it befell yt one did breake wind, yielding an exceding mighty & diftrefsfull stink, whereat all did laffe full fore, and then:”
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