Brass-balls



brass balls
Historical Examples

The Popular Science Monthly, August, 1900 Various
The Wonder Island Boys: The Tribesmen Roger Finlay
Tell Me Another Story Carolyn Sherwin Bailey
The Friendly Club and Other Portraits Francis Parsons
Motor Matt; or, The King of the Wheel Stanley R. Matthews
How it Works Archibald Williams
ABC of Electricity William Henry Meadowcroft
Chatterbox, 1905. Various
The Mysterious Stranger and Other Stories Mark Twain
Careers of Danger and Daring Cleveland Moffett

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    unwaveringly faithful to a political party; voting the straight ticket: a brass-collar Democrat.

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