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Definition of "bruce" []

  • James. 1730–94, British explorer, who discovered the source of the Blue Nile (1770) (noun)
  • Lenny. 1925–66, US comedian, whose satirical sketches, esp of the sexual attitudes of his contemporaries, brought him prosecutions for obscenity, but are now regarded as full of insight as well as wit (noun)
  • Robert the Bruce (noun)
  • Stanley Melbourne, 1st Viscount Bruce of Melbourne. 1883–1967, Australian statesman; prime minister, in coalition with Sir Earle Page's Country Party, of Australia (1923–29) (noun)
  • A man. (noun)

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Use "bruce" in a sentence
  • "I've marched with bruce davenport. amen to you brother. if more of you could see vision in bruce's message, you too could see the light."
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