brew[ broo ]SEE DEFINITION OF brew
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BREW
Why, marry, I can brew a bowl of punch, and I can broil a devilled fowl.
He must brew, bake, salt and preserve his food, and pile wood and coal.
"Ask again at the cottage at the top of the brew," he shouted.
Among the brasseries in Paris this the most desirable to lovers of the Bohemian brew.
This brew was good for fevers; and whisky was good for everything else.
Whatever the brew might be worth, the whisky certainly was efficacious.
Having doctored Haig with the whisky, he now turned to Marion with the brew.
From then on your face was associated in her mind with the whole hell's brew in the mirror.
Much may be said for Ale, when we brew it for our people honestly.
She'd brew a tea from herbs and give to 'em to drink, and it always cured 'em.