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Meanings of Brinier:

adjective

Of salty water or the sea; salty.

Usage examples:

The briny tang of the scallops
noun

The sea.

Usage examples:

The vortices that suck ships to the bottom of the briny

Meanings of Briniest:

adjective

Of salty water or the sea; salty.

Usage examples:

The briny tang of the scallops
noun

The sea.

Usage examples:

The vortices that suck ships to the bottom of the briny

Brining

brʌɪn

Meanings of Brining:

verb

Soak or preserve in salty water.

Usage examples:

Brine the chicken up to one day before grilling
noun

Water strongly impregnated with salt.

Usage examples:

Other vegetables would be pickled in brine

Meanings of Brinjal:

noun

An aubergine.

Usage examples:

Every morning, she sat on the floor surrounded by brinjals, potatoes and greens bulging out of hess…

Brink

brɪŋk

Meanings of Brink:

noun

The extreme edge of land before a steep slope or a body or water.

Usage examples:

The brink of the cliffs

Brinkmanship

ˈbrɪŋkmənʃɪp

Meanings of Brinkmanship:

noun

The art or practice of pursuing a dangerous policy to the limits of safety before stopping, especially in politics.

Usage examples:

In any game of brinkmanship, it is possible that one side will collapse suddenly

Meanings of Brinks:

noun

The extreme edge of land before a steep slope or a body or water.

Usage examples:

The brink of the cliffs

Brinksmanship

ˈbrɪŋkmənʃɪp

Meanings of Brinksmanship:

noun

The art or practice of pursuing a dangerous policy to the limits of safety before stopping, especially in politics.

Usage examples:

In any game of brinkmanship, it is possible that one side will collapse suddenly

Brinny

ˈbrɪni

Meanings of Brinny:

noun

A stone, typically one thrown as a missile.

Usage examples:

It went against all preconceptions of the religion when rival factions pelted each other with brinn…

Briny

ˈbrʌɪni

Meanings of Briny:

adjective

Of salty water or the sea; salty.

Usage examples:

The briny tang of the scallops
noun

The sea.

Usage examples:

The vortices that suck ships to the bottom of the briny

Meanings of Brio:

noun

Vigour or vivacity of style or performance.

Usage examples:

She told her story with some brio

Brioche

ˈbri.ɒʃ

Meanings of Brioche:

noun

A light sweet yeast bread typically in the form of a small round roll.

Usage examples:

She ate a brioche and drank milky coffee

Brioches

ˈbri.ɒʃ

Meanings of Brioches:

noun

A light sweet yeast bread typically in the form of a small round roll.

Usage examples:

She ate a brioche and drank milky coffee

Briquet

brɪˈket

Meanings of Briquet:

noun

A block of compressed coal dust or peat used as fuel.

Usage examples:

If you wait too long and the coals have cooled, fuel the fire by adding more briquets.

Briquets

brɪˈkɛt

Meanings of Briquets:

noun

A block of compressed coal dust or peat used as fuel.

Usage examples:

If you wait too long and the coals have cooled, fuel the fire by adding more briquets.

Briquette

brɪˈket

Meanings of Briquette:

noun

A block of compressed coal dust or peat used as fuel.

Usage examples:

If you wait too long and the coals have cooled, fuel the fire by adding more briquets.

Brisbane

ˈbrɪz.bən

Meanings of Brisbane:

proper noun

The capital of queensland, australia; population 1,945,639 (est. 2008). it was founded in 1824 as a penal colony.

noun

A large city in eastern australia, that is the capital of the state of queensland

Meanings of Brise:

noun

A jump in which the dancer sweeps one leg into the air to the side while jumping off the other, brings both legs together in the air and beats them before landing.

Usage examples:

She was perhaps too perky as the girl, although her buoyant brisés were enticing.
adjective

(of a fan) consisting entirely of pierced sticks of ivory, horn, or tortoiseshell.

Usage examples:

The most common styles of fan are folding, brisé, cockade or a simple rigid shape on a handle.

Meanings of Brises:

noun

A jump in which the dancer sweeps one leg into the air to the side while jumping off the other, brings both legs together in the air and beats them before landing.

Meanings of Brisk:

adjective

Active and energetic.

Usage examples:

A good brisk walk
verb

Quicken something.

Usage examples:

Mary brisked up her pace

Brisked

brɪsk

Meanings of Brisked:

verb

Quicken something.

Usage examples:

Mary brisked up her pace
adjective

Active and energetic.

Usage examples:

A good brisk walk

Meanings of Brisken:

verb

Make or become quicker or more active and energetic.

Usage examples:

Suppose we brisken up

Meanings of Briskened:

verb

Make or become quicker or more active and energetic.

Usage examples:

Suppose we brisken up

Briskening

ˈbrɪsk(ə)n

Meanings of Briskening:

verb

Make or become quicker or more active and energetic.

Usage examples:

Suppose we brisken up

Brisker

brɪsk

Meanings of Brisker:

adjective

Active and energetic.

Usage examples:

A good brisk walk
verb

Quicken something.

Usage examples:

Mary brisked up her pace

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