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Definition of "brod" [brod]

  • A sharp-pointed instrument. (noun)
  • A prick with such an instrument; hence, an incitement; instigation. (noun)
  • To prick; spur; pierce; prod: often used figuratively.

The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)

Use "brod" in a sentence
  • "Item, we gyve as good as bequest unto [her] a saied Elizabeth Hall, all my plate, solely my brod china as good as gilt bole, which we right widely separated have att a date of this my will."
  • "“I brod you some keys that Mrs. Witter left for you,” he said."
  • "Thad flashed his light downward to catch a furry rump and puff tail-a weaver-brod."