[bree-zey; French bree-zey]
- a ballet movement in which the dancer jumps off one foot, beats the legs together, and lands on both feet.
Origin of brisé
1780–90; < French: literally, broken, past participle of briser to break; see brisance
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Examples from the Web for brise
That trial unveiled financing links between the Cercle Wagram and the Brise de Mer, a Corsican organized crime group.
Ferracci is also a television actor who appears in “Mafiosa,” a series said to be inspired by the Brise de Mer gang.
Brise, the captain of cricket, elbowed his way through the crush.
Brise par les motions de cette nuit d'insomnie, Miriota n'avait plus la force de se soutenir.Le chteau des Carpathes
There was a sound of footsteps in the passage, and Brise, the captain of cricket, burst unceremoniously into the room.