- of, containing, or like bran.
Origin of branny
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Branny named, one by one, the rest of the Trustees, all persons of importance.
After tea Branny told them all very gravely that this must be her last visit.
If you don't mind, Branny, I think we'll go off somewhere— by ourselves.
After a few days, a scurf or branny scales will begin to form on the skin.Searchlights on Health: Light on Dark Corners
Not only did they contain a minimum of branny and fibrous matters, but they were also the driest that could be found.
- Resembling broken layers of small husklike scales.
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