- interj. alternative spelling of brr.
“COLLINS: Well, there is a lot of rain in the southeast, particularly on the Gulf Coast, and Reynolds, I understand the world "brrr"?”
“Alexey Alexandrovitch shuddered so that his lips quivered and he uttered the sound "brrr," and turned away.”
“It screams 'brrr' or maybe since we're talking about Sigur Ros, it gently whispers.”
“Here in upstate New York we are "enjoying" some of your Alaskan weather with below zero temps this week, brrr!”
“And it´s snowy in Austria, too * brrr* hopefully it stays like that for the next 2 weeks ....”
“And, brrr, will it give contestants a chill, thanks to wintry set pieces like the Snow Blower and Mogul Madness.”
“Is it time for him to possibly seek out ... brrr ... a storage center?”
“Even trying to set aside my differences in political priorities (states which kill subjects who try to escape, brrr), I think it's a weird omission.”
“For the Republicans, the health-care law is both much too hot and -- brrr!”
“This means swimming from Alcatraz to San Francisco (brrr), biking ten miles on the hills of San Francisco; and then running for who knows how many more miles.”
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