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Bramah

[ bram-uh, brah-muh ]

noun

  1. Joseph, 1748–1814, English engineer and inventor.


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She said, if he didn't belong to 'the Brahmin caste,' he did to the Bramah cast, and that was the next thing to it.

I kept my trophies in a wardrobe drawer specially fitted with a Bramah lock.

Bluebell was writing in a book, guarded by a Bramah, some profound reflections on "First Impressions."

That's your constitutional tribunal—close-fitting boxes and Bramah locks—no humbug there!

I looked up, and there was my father's Michelangelo closet, with its little round bramah keyhole.

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