brewing

[ broo-ing ]SEE DEFINITION OF brewing

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BREWING

I had reason to fear, as I mentioned in mine of this morning, that a storm was brewing.

As to the tea, I made bold to speak my mind and succeeded in brewing some for myself.

The grounds will serve instead of yest for a second brewing.

And then he remembered that the men at Point Christensen had warned him of a storm that was brewing.

All at once he shuddered with a feeling that something terrible was brewing within him.

What mischief of the same sort might even now be brewing at Wythburn in his absence?

"And you 'd have a brewing of your own, I 've no doubt," responded the other.

But I could not help expressing my surprise that Mrs. Fyne had not detected at once what was brewing.

I saw it first at the close of a dull day when a storm was brewing.

The sky was again a level grey; it was evident that a snowstorm was brewing.

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