browning[ brou-ning ]SEE DEFINITION OF browning
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BROWNING
And he's likely to talk the most execrable slang, or to quote Browning.
To her reference to Browning then, Vavasor did not venture a reply.
Browning jeered at this belief, to be in turn contradicted by Swinburne.
Anthony's Browning was in Monny's hand, and hidden only under her serge coat.
Monny had Anthony's Browning, and she alone understood the use of it.
Yet many an old poet like Tennyson and Browning has preserved his romance to the end.
"The gleam" was on it, and my father, like Browning's Waring, heard the call.
Any thing dirty spoils the appearance, any thing bad tasted or stale spoils the flavour, and salt prevents its browning.
Make the gravy of a scrag of mutton, a tea-spoonful of lemon pickle, a large spoonful of ketchup, and the same of browning.
A volley of screams and oaths from the plain answered the crackle of the Browning.