Third-person singular simple present indicative form of broil.(verb)
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Use "broils" in a sentence
"“We humbly represent,” it began, “that WE were the first troops in action on the continent, on occasion of the present broils.”"
"She rolls a mixture of minced duck confit, savory, shallot, egg and bread crumbs into cocktail-size balls; stuffs each with a nugget of foie gras; browns them in duck fat; glazes them with fig jam, white balsamic vinegar and mustard seeds; wraps them in pieces of her Charcutepalooza cured duck breast; broils them and inserts toothpicks."
"Just as surely, in Togetherness Supreme a love triangle broils between rival friends Kamau, the artist and Otieno, the hustler, for the preacher's daughter Alice."