brothers

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

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So Uncle Peter had to lick her father and two brothers before he could get her away.

"They are as near alike as if they were brothers," he said to himself.

The brothers must be on the watch, and ready to join her at a moment's warning.

Out of three brothers of us, you know, there was but one had courage to marry.

Obviously there had been no serious quarrel between the brothers.

Then the police are their brothers' keepers, and not you and me, Sarah?

For the rest, my brothers used to say that I was the tail and Ongyatasse wagged me.

At any rate, everybody has some brothers or sisters; where are yours, I should like to know?

Don't you recall the two brothers who were always in the same classes with you?

The brothers did not have a particularly pleasant home at Auxonne.