brokage

[ broh-kij ]
/ ˈbroʊ kɪdʒ /

noun Archaic.

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Origin of brokage

1350–1400; Middle English <Anglo-French brocage;see broker, -age
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Example sentences from the Web for brokage

  • Brokage, petty dealing; here especially dealing in old clothes; I. 26.