Origin of brier1
OTHER WORDS FROM brierbri·er·y, adjective
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Origin of brier2
Other definitions for brier (3 of 3)
Origin of brier3
usage note for brier
How to use brier in a sentence
Democrats want to be thrown in that brier patch—it might be their best chance to win the midterms.
Many of the boys in Blackrock school would have found a difficulty in stating the exact grounds of their regard for Mrs. Brier.
"Now, come here," said Mrs. Brier to a little knot of boys who could not find room by the Doctor and his microscope.
So Mrs. Brier left the room for a moment, to return again in company with the servant.
Mrs. Brier was present, and this added to the mystery, as she was rarely seen in the library.
The morning came, and the anxiety which the Doctor and Mrs. Brier had felt the night before was not removed but rather increased.