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Definition of "brack" [brack]

  • Salt or brackish water. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "brack" in a sentence
  • "Excerpts or arti­cles behind sub­scrip­tion walls are in brack­ets (I’m not sure if all the Atlantic arti­cles I brack­eted are actu­ally behind sub­scrip­tion walls; but I fig­ured it was safer to assume, so try them even if you’re not a subscriber.)"
  • "The two-thirds that remained were survivors; they'd learned to sail, they'd learned to pursue the slow-moving turtles and the so-called brack-whales of the southern coast inlets and lagoons."
  • "As he spoke, the powerful rotors of two U.S. military helicopters thumped in the distance, and a deliveryman arrived with another truckload of spiced Irish fruitbread, called brack, rebranded "Barack's Brack" for this month and bearing a cartoon portrait of the president."