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  • noun Plural form of brasier.

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Examples

  • In the villages and hamlets within a certain circumference, a requisition was made for all articles composed of copper and brass, such as brasiers, stew-pans, chocolate pots, warming-pans, &c.; but as it was found impossible to get sufficient of these, the three field-pieces were added, and the whole melted together.

    Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 58, Number 358, August 1845

  • In addition, this limited edition figure will come with a Skull Cave setting, complete with Skull brasiers and the Phantom Throne.

    Now you can own the Ghost Who Walks!

  • We entered and found within a space wide and bare like a great square, round which stood many high doors open thrown, and at the farther end a long bench of stone and brasiers, with cooking gear hanging thereon and about it great plenty of bones; but we saw no one and marvelled thereat with exceeding wonder.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • This especially respects those people, who deal in heavy goods, as wholesale grocers, salters, brasiers, iron-merchants, wine-merchants, and the like; but does not exclude the dealers in woollen manufactures, and especially in mercery goods of all sorts, the dealers in which generally manage their business in this manner.

    A Tour through the Eastern Counties of England, 1722

  • This especially respects those people, who deal in heavy goods, as wholesale grocers, salters, brasiers, iron-merchants, wine-merchants, and the like; but does not exclude the dealers in woollen manufactures, and especially in mercery goods of all sorts, the dealers in which generally manage their business in this manner.

    A Tour through the Eastern Counties of England, 1722

  • So off they strolled down the garden in the usual direction, past the tennis lawn, past the pampas grass, to that break in the thick hedge, guarded by red hot pokers like brasiers of clear burning coal, between which the blue waters of the bay looked bluer than ever.

    To the Lighthouse

  • Across great rooms, lit by hanging lamps, scented with brasiers of perfumed wood, she fled, slipping upon chinchilla rug or glaring monstrous hearthrug of Berlin wool, in her desperate haste to quit the house.

    The Hawk of Egypt

  • The wards are first warmed by open charcoal brasiers ....

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 7: Gregory XII-Infallability

  • Wood and coal are seen in abundance, and brasiers of earthenware for burning coals; mats of various kinds for beds, others of a lighter sort for seats, and for halls and bedrooms.

    South American Fights and Fighters And Other Tales of Adventure

  • We could not accustom ourselves to the stifling odour of the brasiers, and our invalid began to ail and to cough.

    Frederic Chopin as a Man and Musician

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