Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of Brahma.

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Examples

  • He always had the fattest turkeys and best-fed Angus and Brahmas, and each year his preserves won a couple of prizes at the county fair.

    The Convict and Other Stories

  • He had ridden in rodeos when he was younger and had been slammed into the boards so many times by Brahmas that every bone in him popped when he got out of a chair.

    The Convict and Other Stories

  • The upshot was a blown tire, forty feet of barbed-wire fence tangled under his car frame, and a half-dozen Brahmas headed for Texas.

    The Glass Rainbow

  • The upshot was a blown tire, forty feet of barbed-wire fence tangled under his car frame, and a half-dozen Brahmas headed for Texas.

    The Glass Rainbow

  • The upshot was a blown tire, forty feet of barbed-wire fence tangled under his car frame, and a half-dozen Brahmas headed for Texas.

    The Glass Rainbow

  • The upshot was a blown tire, forty feet of barbed-wire fence tangled under his car frame, and a half-dozen Brahmas headed for Texas.

    The Glass Rainbow

  • Stephen consumes two beers, one of his Sleemans and one of Erik's Brahmas while sitting around waiting for people to show up.

    spectre12 Diary Entry

  • The hypothesis remains to be demonstrated that regardless of the defects of Brahmas, they turn out to be less resistant to climatic conditions that Charolais.

    CASTRO ADDRESSES ANIMAL SCIENCE CONGRESS

  • Doctor Willy wanted to show that European breeds can excel Brahmas under tropical conditions.

    CASTRO ADDRESSES ANIMAL SCIENCE CONGRESS

  • Indian Christians, Brahmas, and [= A] ryas have all taken up a definite new position in respect of religion, and ticket themselves as such; the Theosophists are now at least mainly the apologists of things as they are, and require no name to differentiate themselves.

    New Ideas in India During the Nineteenth Century A Study of Social, Political, and Religious Developments

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