We have in multiple requests,” bream answered meekly, “and when it comes in, we'll let you know.
The body of the bream runs insensibly into the head, the neck being absent.
"He won't have forgotten you," said bream Mortimer, confidently.
To the east, Mr. Bennett was relating to bream the more striking of his recent symptoms.
bream's bedroom, he knew, was the one just off the next landing.
Thus the pike and the bream, dark or bluish on their backs, are white underneath.
Coming suddenly out of the night it affected bream painfully.
In this bay they hauled several of their vessels on shore to bream their bottoms and repair them.
It was so with her when Captain bream was summoned so suddenly away from Yarmouth.
Do you feel well enough to speak to us to-day, Captain bream?
freshwater fish, late 14c., from Old French braisme "bream," from Frankish *brahsima, from West Germanic *brahsm- (cf. Old High German brahsima), perhaps from Proto-Germanic base *brehwan "to shine, glitter, sparkle," from PIE *bherek- (see braid (v.)).