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branny

[bran-ee] /ˈbræn i/
adjective, brannier, branniest.
1.
of, containing, or like bran.
Origin of branny
1525-1535
First recorded in 1525-35; bran + -y1
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branny bran·ny (brān'ē)
adj.
Resembling broken layers of small husklike scales.

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