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  • adverb With a braying sound.


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braying +‎ -ly


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  • The second Mrs. Panofsky, an archetypal loudmouthedyentaof a Jewish American Princess, is brayingly brought to life by the incomparable Minnie Driver—who really should have been cast as Miriam, the third in Panofsky's marital hat trick.

    Whose Barney's Version is This, Anyway?

  • There was at first Cindy Snow, who laughed as brayingly as Chrissy but was not nearly as curvaceous, and then eventually a landlord named Furley and a nurse named Terri, whom Jack and Larry tried to play a prank on after Jack was humiliated by a hypodermic.

    Three’s Company by Jonathan Franzen : Edward Champion’s Reluctant Habits

  • No good says the brayingly raucous Sun-Times under CINO owner Tyree.

    Tom Roeser


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