Definitions

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  • adj. brackish

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Brackish.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Same as brackish: as, “bracky fountains,”

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Examples

  • This is a package of so-called bracky weed, a vile and noxious substance found in his possession. "

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  • Chris had the anodyne tablets already dissolved in water, and Swanee was passing out three lighted bracky weeds.

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  • 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.

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  • The only trouble was that they couldn't send a message that bracky was the cure and hope that

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  • Martian alkaloids were tricky things, and bracky smoke contained a number of them.

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  • Doc reached for a bracky weed and accepted a light from Chris without thinking of it.

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  • He longed desperately for bracky, and had to keep reminding himself that no drugs must upset the tests.

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  • He began unloading bracky weeds from his pocket while Doc attacked the breakfast.

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  • He lighted the bracky and sat smoking, watching Lou drive.

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  • Jake had come to remind him that it was his first anniversary, and now they were smoking bracky together.

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