The bruit revived, which had broken out a year before—that the house was haunted.
There was no headache and the man himself did not notice the bruit.
By this doing the King heard the common brute (bruit) of himself.
This that my brethren report may well be true, and yet I take no shame in the bruit or “fama.”
They bruit of wars—that thunder heard in dreams; Huge insurrections, and dynastic changes Resolved in blood.
The Arrowes of Mosco at the first made them pause upon the matter, thinking by his bruit and skipping, there were many Salvages.
The same sound can be produced by shaking the patient (bruit de glou-glou).
The arrows of Mosco at the first made them pause upon the matter, thinking by his bruit and skipping, there were many savages.
For bruit of the advance of the Saxon troops was in every mouth, though no one knew anything for certain.
On the other hand, no trumpet is thought loud enough to bruit about a suspicion that Man may be a creature of yet remoter date.