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  • n. Plural form of brayer.

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Examples

  • The cable TV brayers would scoff at this as "gaudy patriotism," but to my eye this level of communal devotion is another thing soldiers have that most of us don't.

    While My Son Serves

  • Wow, you could bolt two brayers to the front end and get the same suspension profile.

    Jumping Through Hoops: What Does Everyone Have Against Hubs?

  • Hmm dis beez a berri lawng Q, dese brayers muss be egg stream lea pawpuler aifinkso.

    hmmm..lets see, standard master lock - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • I bet your nice man Dave can be seen somewhere in amongst the brayers...

    An Early Election?

  • To which Sancho replied, "Senor, there's nothing to stick at in that, for maybe the regidors who brayed then came to he alcaldes of their town afterwards, and so they may go by both titles; moreover, it has nothing to do with the truth of the story whether the brayers were alcaldes or regidors, provided at any rate they did bray; for an alcalde is just as likely to bray as a regidor."

    Don Quixote

  • The brayers of laughter for the off-color, the cheerleaders of the port-o-jon dump man, the buyers of every thing conceivable.

    outfoxed Diary Entry

  • Oom Schlagen is a pig fool; zo ist effery man who does not lofe his neighbour and zay his brayers effery night.

    Diamond Dyke The Lone Farm on the Veldt - Story of South African Adventure

  • To which Sancho replied, "Senor, there's nothing to stick at in that, for maybe the regidors who brayed then came to be alcaldes of their town afterwards, and so they may go by both titles; moreover, it has nothing to do with the truth of the story whether the brayers were alcaldes or regidors, provided at any rate they did bray; for an alcalde is just as likely to bray as a regidor."

    Don Quixote

  • I may do some more today if I can find my brayers under all the clutter.

    Judy Wise

  • Safe Haven For Donkeys in the Holy Land - which saves battered brayers, a particularly brutalized animal in Israel and the Palestinian Territories-and the Troubled Water

    Tablet Magazine

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