Origin of braxy
Words nearby braxy
How to use braxy in a sentence
I have known natives of Tweed-dale and Ettrick Forest, who preferred braxy to the best meat killed by the hand of man.
"Very curious," thought Montaiglon, making poor play with his braxy ham.Doom Castle|Neil Munro
The Gipsies were not spared of braxy, of which they were fond.
Thousands of sheep have died on the prairies from braxy, induced by exposure and miserable forage.Domestic Animals|Richard L. Allen
This is a kind of mutton called braxy, being nothing less than the flesh of a sheep which has died of a certain disease.