verb (used without object), brat·tled, brat·tling.
Origin of brattle
Examples from the Web for brattle
And from that day to the present there had been, if not ill blood, at least cold blood between Mr. Fenwick and old Brattle.
Nevertheless it had always been said that Brattle had been a tender and affectionate husband.
"We shall have you here as smart as possible before long, Mr. Brattle," said the parson.
The language, throughout, is in conformity with the political relations between Brattle and Willard.Salem Witchcraft and Cotton Mather|Charles W. Upham
Mrs. Brattle immediately stopped her needle, and withdrew her spectacles from her nose.