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  • n. Plural form of brassie.
  • n. Plural form of brassy.


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  • "I didn't realize that ogres crossbred with brassies."

    Roc and a Hard Place

  • "You don't know about apologies among the brassies?"

    The Color of Her Panties

  • A charming effect was produced by a guard of honour, composed of members of the golf club, holding aloft crossed brassies, beneath which the happy pair passed into the church, while the caddies clashed niblicks and other iron clubs.

    Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 146, February 25, 1914

  • Their brassies unswervingly held to the line of the pegs;

    Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 146, June 3, 1914

  • If by means of a raking drive and four perfect brassies at the sixth he managed to get one up for

    The Sunny Side

  • As a rule I need a fair drive and two screaming brassies on this long fifth before I am in position to approach across the ravine.

    Torchy As A Pa

  • The greater elaboration of such brassies as we had seen impressed us, and we also found some trouble with our oak heads in that, being green, they were rather inclined to chip and crack.

    The Complete Golfer

  • Drivers and brassies vary a little, cleeks and irons differ much, but mashies are more unlike each other than any of them.

    The Complete Golfer

  • I am a strong believer in having reserve drivers and brassies, even if one is only a very moderate golfer.

    The Complete Golfer

  • There is an idea abroad in these days that it is too soft and dead for the purposes of the new rubber-cored ball; and the impression that the latter likes the very hardest surface it is possible to apply to it has resulted in horn, vulcanite, and even steel faces being fitted to drivers and brassies.

    The Complete Golfer


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