- a wooden fence around a well.
- an iron tripod or trivet placed over a fire.
- any similar support or framework.
Origin of brandreth
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Examples from the Web for brandreth
Take a dose of Brandreth's pills, and then give us your sensations.The Works of Edgar Allan Poe
Edgar Allan Poe
"Perhaps at rehearsal," said Mr. Brandreth, with a pensive absence of mind.
Mrs. Brandreth made Annie assent to the superiority of her cottage in detail.
"I never approved of those liberties on the stage," said Mrs. Brandreth.
"Mr. Brandreth," said her visitor, whom she now saw to be much younger than Mr. Peck could be.