[ brah-voh; for 1, 2, 5 also brah-voh ]SEE DEFINITION OF bravoes
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


Margaretha had retired to her own chamber and the bravoes were concealed with me in the garden.

And so riding, he was beset by the bravoes of his enemy and slain.

However, if there were no bravoes, there was decidedly no hissing.

The bravoes took, or appeared to take them, in the more serious sense.

He replied that he knew nothing of either societies or bravoes.

He went there, and some of the police asked him about the Armenian Society and its bravoes.

Only, depart this house straightway, and take your bravoes with you.

He stood out to the last against the Union, wouldn't be bribed, and fought two duels with Castlereagh's bravoes.

He could not for a moment think of disregarding the menaces of the bravoes, and solemnising the marriage.

He had in his train four bravoes; he advanced with a haughty step, and an expression of insolence and disdain on his countenance.