hard bread soaked in water and then boiled.
such bread, with pieces of fish added, served as a meal.
The Wit of Women Kate Sanborn
Every Man for Himself Norman Duncan
Five Months at Anzac Joseph Lievesley Beeston
A Select Collection of Old English Plays, Volume 10 (of 15) Various
Le Petit Nord Anne Elizabeth Caldwell (MacClanahan) Grenfell and Katie Spalding
The American Frugal Housewife Lydia M. Child
Mrs. Hale’s Receipts for the Million Sarah Josepha Hale
We Girls: A Home Story Mrs. A. D. T. Whitney
noun (dialect, mainly Northern English & Canadian, US)
bread soaked in broth, gravy, etc
(Canadian) (bruːz). a Newfoundland stew of cod or pork, hardtack, and potatoes
brew (def 11) A glass, bottle, or can of beer; a beer •Brewhaha has its own variants: brewha, haha, and ha: She treated me to a brew Coffee or tea: Dunkin’ Donuts is my kind of brew
a chair of 17th-century New England having heavy turned uprights with vertical turned spindles filling in the back, the space beneath the arms, and the spaces between the legs.
the law that light will receive maximum polarization from a reflecting surface when it is incident to the surface at an angle (angle of polarization or polarizing angle) having a tangent equal to the index of refraction of the surface.
verb (intransitive) (South African, informal) a variant spelling of brei