brace[ breys ]SEE DEFINITION OF brace
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BRACE
Brace your belt, Watkins, man, and swing your shoulders as a free companion should.
One felt tempted to brace oneself for the rush that was to come.
Bill let go the brace, turned as white as a sheet, and exclaimed, "I'm gone!"
Bring some of that cake you baked to-day, honey—and do brace up!
I'll show you whether there's a second brace o' keys or not.
Here they found the rest of the band, some of whom had come in with a brace of fat does.
A brace of kegs and a slow match would do it any dark night.
He made very light of a brace of partridges and a bottle of sparkling Moselle.
"Brace up, there," ordered Captain Smith, when this fact was announced.
Everybody praised Brace Dunlap for being so good to that stranger.