from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A hound, especially a female hound used for hunting.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A bitch of the hound kind.
- n. A bitch of the hound kind. See also bratchet.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A bitch of the hound kind; specifically, a species of scenting hound; a pointer or setter.
The old French brach, which is nothing more than the old type, preserved especially in the south, where it is called the Charles the
I personally think the only competant brach of the US government is the military.
From Chiang Mai, Thailand, to the Jerusalem Biblical Zoo, Democrats Abroad, the overseas brach of the party, is holding a series of American-style barbeques planned to celebrate Democratic politics and principles and to encourage overseas Americans to register to vote.
I picked up a brach from the rugby field and painted it in white.
Neither of them has ANY executive brach experience.
Fyndz t3h besstest brach andz stawrt swatteeng oarnamentz
Yes fans, now that I have the gist of the thing (you would hope, after a year doing it) I plan to brach out and try something new.
Then spake Lord Siegfried: “I need no dogs save one brach that hath been trained that he can tell the track of the beasts through the pine woods.”
Whatever the brach started, bold Siegfried, the hero of
The only way to stop Bush's creeping tyranny at home and the massive damage he is unrelentingly wreaking abroad is impeachment, the blunt tool the founders provided when the executive brach runs roughshod over the constitution.