verb (used with object), brat·ticed, brat·tic·ing.
Origin of brattice
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The air passes along one side of the brattice, courses round the free end, and returns on the other side.
Fillets of wood are also fixed all the way down on each side of the brattice, constituting what is called a double pit.
Part of the brattice, which was very strong, was blown away at the bottom of the pits.
The thirling a is then closed by a brick stopping, and the brattice boards removed forward for a similar operation.