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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."