The immigrant groups and unions were receptive, but bray said Occupiers see a danger there.
bray liked how it invoked the founding father “rising up from the grave.”
bray selected a different student each time to lead the class in prayer and participated in the prayers herself.
Though the national media may bray and belittle her, they continue to pay attention to her.
bray said he knows everyone hates those bands, but that he still enjoys their music.
Cyrus Pritchett only glowered on the bray girls when he looked at them at all.
"I guess you'll not bray now," he remarked as he cut the rope.
It appears that when an ass wants to bray he elevates his tail, and, if his tail be weighted down, he has not the heart to bray.
You may hear their bray in every café, and France is going to the devil.
Mrs. bray crossed the room, touching with her foot the bank-bills, as if they were of no account to her.
c.1300, from Old French braire "to cry," from Gallo-Romance *bragire "to cry out," perhaps from a Celtic source (cf. Gaelic braigh "to shriek, crackle"), probably imitative. Related: Brayed; braying.
c.1300, from bray (v.).