brownie[ brou-nee ]SEE DEFINITION OF brownie
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BROWNIE
Here we are, Nannie, all safe and sound, and we caught the brownie.
And old Brownie's out with his nets—he goes with me sometimes.
Brownie loved company, so it was a treat for him as well as for me.
Brownie had not forgotten how Timothy seized his mother by the tail.
That was an eminently convincing demonstration, Brownie, but don't do it too often.
Brownie was willing the Pleiades to this planet so hard that we all could taste it.
You and Brownie believe that the poets' concept of love is valid.
This woman blowing her top was no Brownie Montandon any of them knew.
She was still agog at the wonder of it all as Belle and Brownie showed her to her quarters.
“Certainly,” said the elf and the Brownie briskly, in one breath.