First the brahmins held on tightly to power, and then the Irish Catholics fought their way in.
Once a refuge for brahmins looking to blow off steam, today the group is known for its campy puns and campier costumes.
Yet this time, a large number of victims belong to the swish set; the blasts have jolted these "brahmins."
Is it not likely that the brahmins were the first legislators, the first philosophers, the first divines, of the earth?
Among Mohammedans and brahmins we can still see them in their full vigor.
The followers of Buddha and the brahmins were in direct conflict.
This was the united dictum of the brahmins and astrologers of the day.
This ancient fable of the brahmins was probably the groundwork also of the Grecian fable of the Titan war.
Lend me the book; I will read it and show it to the brahmins.
He then learnt that if he did not get rid of her the brahmins meant to get rid of him.
"member of Boston's upper class," 1823, figurative use of Brahman "member of the highest priestly Hindu caste," late 15c., from Sanskrit brahmana-s, from brahman- "prayer," also "the universal soul, the Absolute," of uncertain origin. Related to Brahma.