broesio, mroesiobroesiem, broesia, broesia’, broesiaf, broesiai, broesiais, broesiaist, broesian, broesiant, broesiasai, broesiasant, broesiodd, broesiasem, broesiasent, broesiasid, broesiasit, broesiasoch, broesiasom, broesiaswn, broesid, broesiech, broesied, broesiom, broesien, broesient, broesier, broesies, broesiest, broesiet, broesiff, broesio, broesioch, broesi, broesiasech, broesion, broesiont, broesir, broesith, broesiwch, broesiwn, broesiwyd, broesiwyf, broesiych, froesiem, froesia, froesia’, froesiaf, froesiai, froesiais, froesiaist, froesian, froesiant, froesiasai, froesiasant, froesiodd, froesiasem, froesiasent, froesiasid, froesiasit, froesiasoch, froesiasom, froesiaswn, froesid, froesiech, froesied, froesiom, froesien, froesient, froesier, froesies, froesiest, froesiet, froesiff, froesio, froesioch, froesi, froesiasech, froesion, froesiont, froesir, froesith, froesiwch, froesiwn, froesiwyd, froesiwyf, froesiychbroes, broesau, froes, froesau, mroes, mroesau
Noun(1) a decorative pin worn by women
Verb(1) bring up a topic for discussion
(1) But, perhaps with a few revisions, Pacamambo could become one of those unflinching stories that teachers and parents can rely on to broach difficult subjects.(2) A dozen of us watch five sperm whales broach , and then hyperventilate like marathoners on the starting line, filling every air-bearing cell with oxygen.(3) The rudder sits in the outflow of the keel and is called upon to provide lift at very small angles of attack and not stall when required to prevent a broach .(4) the salmon broach, then fall to slap the water(5) Here in the United States, for many months it was considered anti-social if not unpatriotic to even broach one's disagreement with the administration during these troubled times.(6) The boat commenced surfing down the face of each new wave, at high speed, and I had to steer the boat aggressively to prevent a broach .(7) Yes, but I don't want us to broach to and go over if the wind shifts.(8) The angst of the past 18 months was finally over, but there was still one small matter to broach - breaking it all to hubby who, at this point, knew nothing about the project.(9) And it isn't because the contracts were too sensitive to broach in public: selected portions were used even where the documents were redacted or remained under seal.(10) I hope they broach their bottles, because the whisky, with its honey and praline richness, deserves it.(11) It was difficult to broach the subject of empowerment or rehabilitation.(12) Led by Sweden, these states began to broach the question of membership of the EC.(13) If this can be offset by rudder action the boat will remain on course, otherwise sail adjustment is necessary to prevent a broach .(14) He's seen whales broach within yards of his kayak.(15) he watched a pot boy broach a new cask(16) the helmsman was forced to use the engines in conjunction with the wheel to prevent a broach
1. brooch ::
2. breastpin ::
3. bring up ::
yn dod i fyny
4. raise ::
5. introduce ::
6. talk about ::
7. mention ::
8. touch on ::
9. air ::
Different Formsbroach, broached, broaches, broaching
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