They were young women of her own age, and Miss brail presided.
I exclaimed; “and stand by to brail up the mizzen if she fails to pay off.”
Mollie may live at Woodcote quite safely, and her visits to brail will be taken as a matter of course.
Madam, has Mr brail had the audacity to ask your daughter in marriage?
He had taken his mother to brail once, and she had been much pleased with the village.
Come now, brail, no quizzing, if you please; I am deuced weak yet.
Audrey went over to brail constantly during the autumn and winter months that followed Mat's death.
Then the brail of the mainsail was loosed, and the great sail shaken out.
Halloo—and is it off they are, without so much as a bow, or—brail, what is the meaning of all this?
Miss brail did not have the heart to answer the question truthfully.