to make of brass.
to cover or ornament with or as if with brass.
to make brasslike.
Other definitions for braze (2 of 2)
to unite (metal objects) at high temperatures by applying any of various nonferrous solders.
- brazer, noun
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How to use braze in a sentence
After Mr. Brazer's death the store was moved across the street, where it still remains, forming the ell of Gerrish's block.
James Brazer's house was built on the site of one burnt down during the winter season a year or two previously.
The clock now in the church was the gift of John Brazer, Esq., probably during the time of the building of the church.Our Gift | Teachers of the School Street Universalist Sunday School, Boston
"'Squire Brazer," as he was generally called, was a man of wealth and position.
Mr. Brazer's establishment, which was known as a "variety store," came in for the best part of this trade.Great Fortunes, and How They Were Made | James D. McCabe, Jr.
British Dictionary definitions for braze (1 of 2)
to decorate with, make like, or make of brass
to make like brass, as in hardness
British Dictionary definitions for braze (2 of 2)
(tr) to make a joint between (two metal surfaces) by fusing a layer of brass or high-melting solder between them
the high-melting solder or alloy used in brazing
- brazer, noun
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