noun, plural (especially collectively) bream, (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) breams.
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verb (used with object) Nautical.
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Example sentences from the Web for bream
We have in multiple requests,” Bream answered meekly, “and when it comes in, we'll let you know.
Bream Mortimer looked as though he would rather have hopped on to a perch, but he sat down.
With this last gallant remark Captain Bream left the lodging and strolled down to the sea-beach.
Now, Captain Bream, shall we put you on board the mission-ship at once, or will you wait to see us boarded for empty trunks?
Oh no, Bream is going to sit down below and look after poor Pinky.
It gave strangers a momentary shock of surprise when they saw Bream Mortimer in restaurants, eating roast beef.