Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of borachio.

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Examples

  • The pesatero or landlord of the inn had been despatched by my brave chapel-churies, with his fine family of children — the officers quartered in the podesta had of course bolted; but one man remained, and my fellows were on the point of cutting him into ten thousand pieces with their borachios, when I arrived in the room time enough to prevent the catastrophe.

    The Tremendous Adventures of Major Gahagan

  • The pesatero or landlord of the inn had been despatched by my brave chapel-churies, with his fine family of children -- the officers quartered in the podesta had of course bolted; but one man remained, and my fellows were on the point of cutting him into ten thousand pieces with their borachios, when I arrived in the room time enough to prevent the catastrophe.

    Burlesques

  • Having filled their borachios, or goat-skins, they carried the Moor aboard, and going again next day for water, set him ashore.

    A General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels — Volume 08

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