from The Century Dictionary.
- Same as
brackish: as, “bracky fountains,”
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Brackish.
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- adjective archaic
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This is a package of so-called bracky weed, a vile and noxious substance found in his possession. "
Martian alkaloids were tricky things, and bracky smoke contained a number of them.
He lighted the bracky and sat smoking, watching Lou drive.
Jake had come to remind him that it was his first anniversary, and now they were smoking bracky together.
He began unloading bracky weeds from his pocket while Doc attacked the breakfast.
The only trouble was that they couldn't send a message that bracky was the cure and hope that
Chris had the anodyne tablets already dissolved in water, and Swanee was passing out three lighted bracky weeds.
Doc reached for a bracky weed and accepted a light from Chris without thinking of it.
The bracky had gone out to Earth on a converted war rocket that could make the trip in less than two weeks, and one packet had been specially labeled for Captain Everts.
He longed desperately for bracky, and had to keep reminding himself that no drugs must upset the tests.