Definition of Bratchets

1. bratchet [n] - See also: bratchet



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bratchets

brast
brasting
brasts
brat
bratchet
bratchets (current term)
bratling
bratlings
bratpack
brats
brattice
bratticed
brattices
bratticing
brattier
brattiest
brattily
brattiness
brattinesses
brattish

Literary usage of Bratchets

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1. Essays on Chivalry, Romance, and the Drama by Walter Scott (1887)
"... What many minstrels harp, what bratchets lie The feet beneath, what hawks were placed on high." We do not pretend to say, ..."

2. Miscellaneous Prose Works of Sir Walter Scott by Walter Scott (1835)
"... What many minstrels harp, what bratchets lie The feet beneath, what hawks were placed on high. ..."

3. Critical and Miscellaneous Essays by Walter Scott (1841)
"... What many minstrels harp, what bratchets lie The feet beneath, what hawks were placed on high." We do not pretend to say, that Mr. Rose's poetry is ..."

4. Excalibur: An Arthurian Drama by Ralph Adams Cram (1908)
"We maids be nought but bratchets in a leash, Give you good hunting! Hush, the king, the king! (Enter: KING ARTHUR, mounted, -with him SIR ECTOR. ..."

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