De boys aint gwine to brak their necks over you when yer gets ole an' ugly, nuther.
The brak was in spate, and he could not cross it to Prieska.
They found that Ragnar was dead, and that Kraka had already married one brak.
Brackish, brak′ish, adj. saltish: applied to water mixed with salt or with sea-water.
Cast it ower an Kirk, it will not brak quhill it be broken with an aix, or som such lyk thing, be a man's handis.
The day broke, and after having been turned back on the banks of the brak River, we marched to the fifteenth ford.
She then brak the pear, and found it filled wi' jewelry far richer than the contents o' the apple.
"Ay, but ye're no tauld to brak open folk's doors, to force them to repent," replied Cubby.
We meat at tin this nite at my faders, and have harms and all in radiness to brak into the grate 'ouse.
Man, come an' brak bread wi' me or I'll hae to brak yer stiff neck.