Palin is a beauty-queen Elmer Gantry, outdoing Stephen Colbert in cheesy, braying nationalism.
She dispenses facts like a braying machine, bobble-nodding a head of hyper-lacquered hair.
Already, the conservative media is braying for their names and setting up justifications for identifying them.
Only a few moments passed before the house was in a sputtering uproar—voices, hurrying feet, Jonas braying something or other.
Then, fearing he had told the secret, he ran off, quacking and braying derisively.
The five ships left Lisbon on April 5, 1579, the solemnity being marked by the firing of ordnance and the braying of trumpets.
Forrest took charge of the horn, and kept it braying continuously.
The burros were braying, the calves were bawling, the colts were whistling.
Right at him came the donkey, braying as though in glee at the trick he had played.
The braying of the ass, the thunder of the cloud, is an oracle; the ass that brays is a judge and a prophet.
c.1300, from Old French braire "to cry," from Gallo-Romance *bragire "to cry out," perhaps from a Celtic source (cf. Gaelic braigh "to shriek, crackle"), probably imitative. Related: Brayed; braying.
c.1300, from bray (v.).