Definitions

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  • n. Same as brassie

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Examples

  • Her brother and her brassey were the only things she loved.

    The Clicking of Cuthbert

  • The unhappy man sent his second, as nice and clean a brassey shot as he had made all day, into its very jaws.

    Love Among the Chickens

  • He would wake from fitful slumber moaning that if he had only used his iron instead of his mashie at the tenth, all would have been well; that, if he had putted more carefully on the seventh green, life would not be drear and blank; that a more judicious manipulation of his brassey throughout might have given him something to live for.

    Love Among the Chickens

  • When I looked round he was getting to work with a brassey.

    Love Among the Chickens

  • Bogey is five, and a good drive, followed by a brassey-shot, will put you within easy mashie-distance of the green.

    The Clicking of Cuthbert

  • "I think I might try my brassey again here," he said.

    The Clicking of Cuthbert

  • The Colosseum aroused a faint spark of interest in him, as he speculated whether Abe Mitchell would use a full brassey to carry it.

    The Clicking of Cuthbert

  • Soon after leaving Little Hadley he had become ambitious and had used his brassey with disastrous results, slicing his fifty-third into the rough on the right of the road.

    The Clicking of Cuthbert

  • "Better keep your brassey in the bag on the next nine," he said.

    The Clicking of Cuthbert

  • It was a low, raking brassey-shot, which carried a heap of stones twenty feet to the right and finished in a furrow.

    The Clicking of Cuthbert

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