He shivers in brumal blasts, and hungry he chirps before your door.
He shivers in the brumal blast; hungry he chirps before your door.
On a brumal November day, the Sarmania was to sail on her first trip under the Sutton house-flag.
The brumal distance of the sun is felt, even in the intertropical regions.
He shivers in the brumal blast; hungry, he chirps before your door.
"belonging to winter," 1510s, from Latin brumalis, from bruma "winter" (see brume). The Latin word also is the ultimate source of Brumaire, second month (Oct. 22-Nov. 20) in calendar of the French Republic, literally "the foggy month," coined 1793 by Fabre d'Eglantine from French brume "fog" (see brume).