from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Present participle of brandish.
- n. the action of the verb to brandish
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of flourishing a weapon.
- n. A corruption of bratticing.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
The ashplant brandishing is as much satire as mythmaking, but it points up the deeply Romantic underpinnings of Ulysses.
He saw another man with a scraggly beard, brandishing a katana.
AIUI, the grand theft is a misdemeanor with a 1 year max, the battery has a 6 month max and the brandishing is a misdemeanor 30 day min.
Despite the 1: 1 mapping possible with the Wii MotionPlus (which is shown off in a number of areas - including sword brandishing) the actual strikes you will be using are limited.
"It is the mode of the DPRK's counteraction to react to sword brandishing in kind," he said.
Tu dialogue kaise maar raha hai? â€ But his sword brandishing act came with a warning. â€œYeh sab pictureon mein hi achcha lagta hai.
Those are the only two that I can recall brandishing an M rating.
No shots fired, mind you, but is this kind of brandishing legal if the kid can establish he legitimately feared for his safety, etc.?
Contrary to an earlier report, the deadly stapler that Polish immigrant Robert Dziekanski has been accused of "brandishing" had indeed been recovered from the scene.
But they don't make hands at waist level appear as though they are in the air, "brandishing" a stapler.