Origin of brut
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Origin of Brut
Examples from the Web for brut
Extra dry, for example, is actually sweeter than brut, which is drier than demi-sec, which is somewhat sweet.
I selected an object—a bottle of Brut cologne—and was ushered into a second smaller room.I Watched Shia LaBeouf Cry at His Weird LA Art Project #IAMSORRY|Andrew Romano|February 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Brut'tium is the modern Cala'bria, and received that name when the ancient province was wrested from the empire.Pinnock's Improved Edition of Dr. Goldsmith's History of Rome|Oliver Goldsmith
The air they breathe tastes like brut champagne, and gases cannot reach them.With the French in France and Salonika|Richard Harding Davis
Then I could have had two bottles of brut, tipped the waiter with the ring and had the whole business off my hands.The Voice of the City|O. Henry
Read the “Brut y Tywysogion” and consider how far the actions there related can have been inspired by the feeling of nationality.Medival Wales|A. G. Little
Wace, the Norman-French trouvere, dedicated to her his 'Brut.'Library Of The World's Best Literature, Ancient And Modern, Vol. 2|Charles Dudley Warner
British Dictionary definitions for brut
Word Origin for brut
Word Origin and History for brut
"dry," 1891, used of wines, especially champagnes, from French brut (14c.), literally "raw, crude" (see brute).