- n. Plural form of half-brother.
“It's strange how his royal competitors—half-brothers Ælfweard and Edwin, brother-in-law Sihtric—came to abrupt, unexplained ends.”
“They were half-brothers, only they did not know it.”
“With her half-brothers and sisters at her mercy, Synergy entertains herself torturing them, while the not-so-very-good Father G makes with the exposition.”
“Swapping his customary black leather garb for jeans and a lumberjack shirt he plays the lead in Tennessee Williams' "Kingdom of Earth," a psychological drama about two warring half-brothers in rural Mississippi in the 1960s.”
“His big out-of-school interest is cheerleading – while Daniel, whose older half-brothers Shane and Luke are both acrobats, loves tumbling.”
“It's about seemingly doomed white-trash half-brothers from a forlorn old mill town who are determined to conquer the world.”
“Survivors include a son from an early relationship, Gordon Adler of Vienna; a brother; two half-brothers; two half-sisters; and two grandchildren.”
“Don't forget Piggy Bank's family, the half-brothers and half-sisters and a menagerie of friends.”
“Obviously, he didn't get the fancy education his two half-brothers did.”
“But these two sons had the chance to go to some proper English schools, his half-brothers.”
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