bray[ brey ]SEE DEFINITION OF bray
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BRAY
"I guess you'll not bray now," he remarked as he cut the rope.
Whether this caused it or not the boys could not tell, but the donkey did not bray after that.
He knew that Crews lived in Bray, but he had forgotten the address.
With a rusty sword and a moke on board to bray like the Horse Marines.
You may hear their bray in every café, and France is going to the devil.
Into this they pour chalk and bray it, obtaining the colour of Attic yellow ochre.
Nor is Bray the only house into which you have introduced disorder.
An ass may bray a good while before he shakes the stars down.
Toby back with a bray of remonstrance, and Buttercup lowered her horns angrily.
That I may bray no more in your hearing, I will wish you good-night.