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I had forgotten that a boy at Eton was "brozier," when he had spent all his pocket-money.
I spell the word "brozier" as it is still pronounced; perhaps some of your readers have seen it in print, and may be able to give some account of its origin and etymology, and decide whether it is exclusively belonging to Eton.
BIG Ben! email@example.com brozier @ January 4th, 2010 at 2:56 pm
"_brozier my dame_," in case a suspicion had arisen that the good lady's larder was not too well supplied.
_ "-- I well remember the phrase," brozier my dame, "signifying to" eat her out of house and home. "