Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • See bromize.

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Examples

  • “If de misdress had some liddle blace vere the master could pe hidden,” said Kolb; “I bromise to take him dere so dot nopody shall know.”

    Eve and David

  • “If de misdress had some liddle blace vere the master could pe hidden,” said Kolb; “I bromise to take him dere so dot nopody shall know.”

    Eve and David

  • I will haf your bromise, your sacred wort of honour, before I will gollaborate again, that you will no more blay with me these farces.

    Despair's Last Journey

  • "Do you bromise me dot Karl Trimbach gets dot seat?" boomed Mr. Weisner.

    All-Wool Morrison

  • De oder men dey vas sore, but dey vanted de old man to bromise to gif dem big money, und ve go for noding.

    Mystic Isles of the South Seas.

  • But now, mine friendts, I vill say no more, vor I am dry; so here's to all our good healths, and let us bromise one another not to haf no more angry vorts. '

    Rídan The Devil And Other Stories 1899

  • 'You haf kebt your bromise to the letter, and you will fint that Albert von Schiller has kept his.

    Robbery under Arms; a story of life and adventure in the bush and in the Australian goldfields

  • "If de misdress had some liddle blace vere the master could pe hidden," said Kolb; "I bromise to take him dere so dot nopody shall know."

    Eve and David

  • "If de misdress had some liddle blace vere the master could pe hidden," said Kolb; "I bromise to take him dere so dot nopody shall know."

    Lost Illusions

  • ‘You haf kebt your bromise to the letter, and you will fint that Albert von Schiller has kept his.

    Robbery Under Arms

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