brass-bound

[ bras-bound, brahs- ]SEE DEFINITION OF brass-bound
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"We have no brass-bound uniforms, but then we are like brothers here," he wrote.

But the pertinacity of that brass-bound Paul Pry was astonishing.

It was low and narrow, brass-bound, and covered with decaying leather.

Against the wall stood a chest of drawers, brass-bound, massive.

That the men had celluloid collars, watches and brass-bound trunks.

The brass-bound trunk no doubt holds his treasures, the neighbours said.

From the depths of the vehicle the driver drew a brass-bound trunk.

Buried it in a brass-bound chest, kept the key, and then forgot.

"He'll look at me," said Mr. Eissler, picking up a brass-bound ruler.

I caught the glint of the brass-bound door under the curtains.

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