Origin of broche
noun, plural bro·chés [broh-sheyz; French braw-shey] /broʊˈʃeɪz; French brɔˈʃeɪ/.
Origin of broché
à la broche
Examples from the Web for broche
Historical Examples of broche
The incidents of the 'broche' and 'pensel' are Chaucer's own; see Bk.Chaucer's Works, Volume 2 (of 7)
We woun' de thread on a broche, make like and 'bout de size of a ice pick.Slave Narratives: a Folk History of Slavery in the United States From Interviews with Former Slaves.
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Specimens fattened by the Gaveuse Martin, all ready for the broche, used to be sold on the premises.
Again, just below, read The incidents of the 'broche' and 'pensel' are also due to the same; see p. lxii.
The shuttle or bobbin of the high loom is called a broche, and that of the low loom a flute.The Tapestry Book
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