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Spell Check of Brose

Correct spelling: Brose

Definition of Brose:

  1. A Scotch dish made by pouring boiling water on oatmeal. Athole brose, a mixture of honey and whisky.

Brose \b-ro-se\

Brose as a boy's name is a variant of Ambrose (Greek), and the meaning of Brose is "immortal".
Brice, bruce, Bryce, Bryse.

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Examples of usage for Brose:

  1. One morning in the month of January, still and cold, and dark overhead, a cheerless day in whose bosom a storm was coming to life, Cosmo, sitting at his usual breakfast of brose the simplest of all preparations of oatmeal, bethought himself whether some of the curiosities in the cabinets in the drawing- room might not, with the help of his friend the jeweller, be turned to account. – Warlock o' Glenwarlock by George MacDonald
  2. And sithen he hath no name, I shall give him a name that shall be Beaumains, that is Fair- hands, and into the kitchen I shall bring him, and there he shall have fat brose every day, that he shall be as fat by the twelvemonths' end as a pork hog. – Le Morte D'Arthur, Volume I (of II) King Arthur and of his Noble Knights of the Round Table by Thomas Malory

Rhymes for Brose:

  1. joes, boes, hose, knows, slows, goes, owes, roes, vose, jos, woes, sows, snows, froze, crose, lows, nose, those, o's, tows, gose, beaus, moes, bowes, cose, boase, ohs, ngos, throes, grows, blows, sews, glows, ose, rohs, toes, chose, clothes, hoes, pows, shows, pros, lowes, throws, noes, pose, lo's, close, doze, bose, prose, flows, rose, crows, foes, mose, bows, rows;
  2. dispose, propose, dubose, tarots, impose, bestows, stavros, suppose, compose, arose, enclose, transpose, expose, plainclothes, disclose, depose, forgoes, repose, oppose, foreclose;
  3. interpose, juxtapose, predispose, decompose, presuppose, reimpose;
  4. superimpose, overexpose;