How to use Brummell in a sentence
From the streets of New York to the runways of Chanel, the elegant, bespoke aesthetic of Beau Brummell is coming back in style.
It is a pity that Brummell looked down upon literature: poor literature!
Between the lottery of office and the lottery of love, Brummell père managed to make a very good fortune.
George Bryan Brummell, the second son of this worthy man, honoured by his birth the 7th of June, 1778.
He was, through life, a celebrated 'cutter,' and Brummell's cut was as much admired—by all but the cuttee—as Brummel's coat.
The private life of Brummell would in itself serve as a book of manners and habits.
British Dictionary definitions for Brummell
George Bryan, called Beau Brummell . 1778–1840, English dandy: leader of fashion in the Regency period
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