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- n. Plural form of brisque.
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They clipped fresh _brisques_ in his rough white coat as the weary months dragged on,
a distance to be dressed pretty much like us; but when nearer they stand revealed as the shirkers and deserters of the war, in spite of being disguised as soldiers, in spite of their brisques. [note 1]