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broider

[ broi-der ]
/ ˈbrɔɪ dər /
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verb (used with object)
to embroider.
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Origin of broider

1400–50; late Middle English, variant of browder, Middle English broide(n), browde(n) (past participle, taken as infinitive of braid) + -er6

OTHER WORDS FROM broider

broi·der·er, nounbroi·der·y, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for broider

broider
/ (ˈbrɔɪdə) /

verb
(tr) an archaic word for embroider

Word Origin for broider

C15: from Old French brosder, of Germanic origin; see embroider
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