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brr

[ bur ]
/ bɜr /
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interjection
(used to express sensations of cold).
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How to use brr in a sentence

  • In the main avenue yonder there would be people at hand in case of accident, while here—Brr!

    The Nabob, Vol. 2 (of 2)|Alphonse Daudet
  • I mind one time I was sleeping with my little brother, and I waked up just as cold—Brr!

    Back Home|Eugene Wood
  • You run so as not to be late, and it's muddy, foggy, cold—brr!

  • Outside a bird started a "jig-jig-jig—br-brr" that set the teeth on edge.

    The Grell Mystery|Frank Froest
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