brass[ bras, brahs ]SEE DEFINITION OF brass
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BRASS
I will go further, and admit that the brass plates may not all be frauds.
The visitor's advent was announced again by the brass knocker on the front door.
To effect a change of ownership with the candid concomitance of a brass band.
Will you give us each a bracelet of brass as well as the rifles?
Kirkwood smiled grimly, with a face of brass, impenetrable, inflexible.
England may well be proud of the brass memorials of her worthy sons and daughters.
During the night he managed to file the brass of his bedstead.
In the middle of it there was a real bed, large and comfortable, on a brass bedstead.
The furnace was filled with pieces of brass and bronze, and the fire was lit.
Then get a lot of brass cog-wheels, and put them together inside of the box.