Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To braid. Hire yolwe heer was browded [var. broyded, breided] in a tresse
- To embroider.
“And yes, if Cheney attcaks dems and their policies braodly, he too is subject to broud citicism.”
“Sare and madam, you should be broud of soch a sonn.”
““It yust make me so broud dat I want to go right back and see dat everyting is going right at de mill.””
“Bervidious von!" she shpeak at him, zo broud as any queen,”
“You are defending a regime that will kill it's own people in broud day light just for protesting.”
“I was treated in a manner that lead me to believe that the next time that I went, that I would be dis carded. & that such feelings would keep my lover from the idle of thare heart, She told me that she did not believe me, Butthat I was getting geleous, wich you may know I desired I then told her all, The weath er has been very cold down since I came down We have no snow he [unclear: ar] I am very cirtain that it is not less than fifteen inches deep in the valley I suppose you have hurd the glad tidings t, hat all our prisners are going to be exchanged, But our hopes for pease are all crushed thare is noghtin left us now but fight. untill our broud foes shall nuckle”
“i hate it when you're pissed at someone and they reply you eb kel broud; /”
“I am broud to say dot I fought for my adopted country.”
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"The art of working with the needle raised and ornamental designs in threads of silk, cotton, gold, silver, or other material, upon any woven fabric, leather, paper, etc. Embroidery has been used i...
I'm especially fond of ones written by Charles Sanders Peirce.
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