- a variety of cooking apple having juicy firm flesh
C19: named after Matthew Bramley, 19th-century English butcher, said to have first grown it
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About three miles south of Silchester is an interesting church at Bramley.Wanderings in Wessex
Bramley won't be able to tell us it's a pity we've missed anything.
Colonel Bramley had given the Senator a sartorial address of repute, and presently the hansom drew up before it, in Piccadilly.
Thanks to Bramley, I can't say I didn't know what to expect, but that doesn't increase the variety any.
One of the first docks constructed on this newly-acquired land was the Bramley Moore, so named after the chairman.Recollections of a Busy Life
William B. Forwood