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[breen] /brin/
a deep brownish green.
of a deep brownish green.
Origin of breen
blend of brown and green Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2018.
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  • I am well acquainted with Lieutenant breen, and you are certainly not he.

  • Not once did Job Haskers mention that he owed Mrs. breen any money.

    Dave Porter and the Runaways Edward Stratemeyer
  • He did not wish the Mrs. breen affair to become public property.

    Dave Porter and the Runaways Edward Stratemeyer
  • You have not told anybody of this—this—er—affair of Mrs. breen?

    Dave Porter and the Runaways Edward Stratemeyer
  • I used to skate once, breen; I wonder now if Ive forgotten how?

    For the Honor of the School Ralph Henry Barbour
  • Minott, I could see, he did not want; breen he was determined to have.

    Peter F. Hopkinson Smith
  • Here breen lifted the cup to his lips and as quickly put it down.

    Peter F. Hopkinson Smith
  • And this I am very sure is Mr. breen's friend, Mr. Minott, who has carried off all the honors.

    Peter F. Hopkinson Smith
  • To think that his own uncle should be accused of a transaction of this kind—his own uncle and a breen!

    Peter F. Hopkinson Smith
  • It was Chateau of something-or-other, and of some year, but breen was too wise to correct him.

    Peter F. Hopkinson Smith

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