Later that day, she was chasing her big brother, Samudra, around the yard.
Her big brother, who was was incapable of such accommodation, suffered for it.
Startled from my semi-sleep, I opened my eyes to see Tee, my friend and big brother of sorts, sitting in the chair next to my bed.
There is also a hefty dose of big brother paranoia, backed up by the millions of dollars and political muscle of the NRA.
Only-child Ebert came to realize, Chaz Ebert says, that Siskel had become “the big brother he never had.”
Please tell Paulina Strozynski's big brother that he must call for her earlier, and not leave her sitting on the steps so long.
He thought his big brother was going to love him again as at the first.
"That is where the automobilist has the advantage over a horse driver, Sam," answered his big brother.
"They are not far off," answered his big brother confidently.
We did not ask whether it was agreeable to you that we should be your big brother.
"ubiquitous and repressive but apparently benevolent authority" first recorded 1949, from George Orwell's novel "Nineteen Eighty-Four."
[Big brother, ''protector,'' is attested fr at least the 1860s; first sense fr its use by George Orwell in his novel Nineteen Eighty-Four; second sense quite benign]