brother

[ bruhth-er or for 9, bruhth-ur ]SEE DEFINITION OF brother

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BROTHER

Ask the poor fisherman at the gates, who has been to him as a brother; and he will answer 'Anaxagoras.'

She has got a brother, but he don't amount to shucks—he ain't much more'n a three-spot.

Is that brother of hers you told me about still makin' up to that party?

Your brother was foolish enough to leave his boat in Rushton's care.

Never had her youthful freshness so appealed to her brother.

"And you know we shall be in mourning," said Psyche to her brother.

Your brother may become entangled in some way with this woman.

And when my brother was about to marry that woman, and Mr. Shepler asked me to marry him, I consented.

I don't think he ever got over the death of his brother, about a year ago.

He looked up to see three figures—his brother, his uncle, his master.

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