from The Century Dictionary.
- Without a brother.
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- adjective Without a
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That day, Aura went from being fatherless to being brotherless and, the following winter, to being motherless after Mamá died from grief.
He set off on his own — fatherless and brotherless, pursued as a terrorist by the Americans and no longer able to trust the insurgency's fiercest supporters.
Stricken motherless and brotherless at once — for in the loss of little Paul, that first and greatest loss fell heavily upon her — this was the only help she had.
There are so many women like them -- widows, fatherless daughters, brotherless sisters -- that the town of only 3,500 residents is served by four daily buses from Tuzla and Sarajevo, two hours away.
How many fatherless, brotherless, sonless families have mourned all their lives the unhappy resort to this dreadful practice!
If Perkins was brotherless and sisterless, was not Lucy likewise an only child?
Deprived the challenge of the Kielmark's explosive character, the future seemed brotherless and empty.
He who seeks for a faultless brother will have to remain brotherless.
Martha was one of those fatherless, brotherless, husbandless women who, because of their state, can retain their illusions about men.
So Erik, having half fallen, said that "bare was the back of the brotherless."
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