from The Century Dictionary.
- The hair on the eyelids of a horse.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun plural The hair on the eyelids of a horse.
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- noun Plural form of
- noun The
hairon the eyelidsof a horse.
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The move, which some thought was risky at the time, is now widely acknowledged as pretty brills.
Head Games by Foreigner as she wrote out this entry - brills!
I just love how they are pulling out all the stops to ensure that this year's political satire is so brills.
Jack Greenberg New York, New York Have you noticed the increasing use of the words brill and brills.
"pretty brills"? as in the flat-fish/turbot, or the village near oxfordshire? blog comments powered by Disqus publicola nerds
And brills embrown'd ihould edge his broad bright eye;
_brills_ at you, 'Kid, Old Kid, race for the TV and flip that Two
Eddie Marsan, another uber-brills Leigh regular) and she tries her best to raise a smile outta them all.
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