EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BROOCH
Mary opened her hand, and displayed the brooch she had found.
It is your brooch that you requested me to get from the jeweler.
And the king gave him a brooch lovelier than any on the palace walls.
She chose a bright red one for a brooch, and bought it for a penny.
With curiosity all alive, Lucille took the brooch and looked at it.
The moonlight glistened on a brooch, which held the cloak together at her throat.
Holding the brooch closer to the light, he was able to decipher the inscription.
They are going on the clues I have mentioned—the brooch, the handkerchief, and the revolver.
He had it made into a brooch for Hazel Rath, and gave it to her as a birthday gift.
It is the brooch I saw in Mrs. Heredith's room which disappeared while I was downstairs.
early 13c., from Old French broche "long needle" (see broach (n.)). Specialized meaning led 14c. to distinct spelling.