Definition of Briered

1. a. Set with briers.



Definition of Briered

1. Adjective. Set with briers. ¹

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Definition of Briered

1. covered with briers [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Briered

briefers
briefest
briefing
briefing note
briefings
briefless
briefly
briefman
briefmen
briefness
briefnesses
briefs
brier-wood
brier patch
briered (current term)
brierier
brieriest
brierpatch
brierroot
brierroots
briers
brierwood
brierwoods
bries
brifentanil
brig
brigade
brigaded

Literary usage of Briered

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1. Contemplation: A Poem : with Tales, and Other Poetical Compositions by John Penwarne (1807)
"... THE briered DELL. Written in a secluded cottage, whilst viewing an ancient Gothic Cattle which stood on a neighbouring hill. WHILE the lofty mountain ..."

2. The World's Best Poetry by Bliss Carman (1904)
"Hark! the raven flaps his wing In the briered dell below; Hark ! the death-owl loud doth sing To the nightmares as they go. My love is dead, etc. ..."

3. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1829)
"Warm from his ray-fringed bed, the sun Bursts on the rocks of Mangerton ; Its briered path and frowning brow, In their effulgence gleaming now, ..."

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