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Definition of "briery" [bri•er•y]

  • Alternative spelling of briary. (adjective)
  • A place where briars grow. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "briery" in a sentence
  • "BRIERY: I usually think of California Zinfandel rather than Bordeaux when the term briery comes into play."
  • "It was a grassy, briery, moist defile, affording some shelter to any person who had sought it; but the party perambulated it in vain, and ascended on the other side."
  • "While abstractions like Seuss's Grinch had already penetrated the briery thicket of deeply inculcated narcissism densely entwined around my social conscience, my commitment to dwelling in a spiritual realm approaching the antithesis of our indoctrination reached new heights this Thanksgiving."