from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Hasty; violent; fierce; strong.
- n. Violence; fierceness; anger; fury; fit of rage.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Hasty; violent; fierce.
- n. Violence; fierceness.
Don't hold your brath waiting for the Juliani nomination.
Angus, with the tears in his eyes; and then in his own emphatic language -- _ach s'eagal leam, aon chuid dhuibhse na dhomhsa nach tig fios na forfhais oiree gu brath_ -- (but great is my fear that neither to you, sir, nor to me shall word of her safety, or message from her at all ever arrive).
'S cha chaith 's cha chnamh e gu brath n 'am feasd
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Stevey, and she could ha 'blow in it wi' her brath and beat it wi 'her bonnet to mak' a big blaze coom sune. "