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Meaning of BRACE

Pronunciation:  breys

 
Matching Terms:  braccate, brace and bit, brace oneself for, brace up, brace wrench, braced, bracelet, bracelet wood, bracer, braces, brach, brachelytra, brachia, brachial, brachial artery, brachial plexus, brachial vein, brachiata, brachiate, brachiation, brachinus, brachiocephalic vein, brachioganoid, brachioganoidei, brachiolaria, brachiopod, brachiopoda, brachiopodous, brachium, brachman, brachyblast, brachycatalectic, brachycephalic, brachycephaly, brachyceral, brachychiton, brachychiton acerifolius, brachychiton australis, brachychiton populneus, brachychiton rupestris, brachycome, brachycome iberidifolia, brachycranial, brachycranic, brachydactylia, brachydactylic, brachydactylous, brachydactyly, brachydiagonal, brachydome, brachygrapher, brachygraphy, brachylogy, brachypinacoid, brachyptera, brachypteres, brachypterous, brachystegia, brachystegia speciformis, brachystochrone, brachytactyly, brachytherapy, brachytypous, brachyura, brachyural, brachyuran, brachyurous, bracing, brack, bracken, bracket, bracket abstraction, bracket fungus, bracket out, bracketed blenny, bracketing, brackish, brackishness, bracky, bract, bractea, bracteal, bracteate, bracted, bracteolate, bracteole, bractless, bractlet

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 Definition: 

left brace or right brace.

 
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 Related Terms: Ace bandage, adhesive tape, advocate, afford support, alpenstock, animate, appeal, application, arm, athletic supporter, back, back up, backbone, backing, band, bandage, bandaging, Band-Aid, bandeau, bar, bar line, bear, bear up, bearer, beef up, belt, bend, beseech, bind, bind up, binder, bolster, bolster up, both, bra, brace up, bracer, bracket, brassiere, brisk, brisken, buck up, buckle, bundle, buoy up, buttress, cane, carrier, carry, case harden, cast, cataplasm, catch, cervix, chain, cheer, chirk up, cinch, clamp, clasp, clip, column, compress, confirm, corset, cotton, couple, couplet, coupling, court plaster, cradle, cravat, crave, crook, crutch, cushion, degree, distich, do up, double harness, doublet, dressing, drill, duad, duet, duo, dyad, elastic bandage, enliven, entreat, epithem, exhilarate, fastener, fortify, foundation garment, four-tailed bandage, fresh up, freshen, freshen up, fulcrum, gallows, galluses, gauze, gird, girdle, girt, girth, give support, guy, guywire, hang on, harden, hold, hold on, hold up, holdfast, implore, importune, invigorate, jock, jockstrap, keep afloat, keep up, lace, lash, leash, ledger line, lend support, line, lint, mainstay, maintain, maintainer, mast, match, mates, neck, nerve, pair, perk up, pick up, pillow, plaster, plaster cast, plead, pledget, poultice, pray, prop, prop up, quicken, reanimate, recreate, refresh, refreshen, regale, reinforce, reinforcement, reinforcer, reinvigorate, renew, rest, resting place, restrengthen, revive, revivify, rigging, rigidify, roller, roller bandage, rope, rubber bandage, screw up, set of two, set up, shore, shore up, shoulder, shroud, sling, space, span, spine, splice, splint, sponge, sprit, staff, standing rigging, stave, stay, steady, steel, stick, stiffen, stiffener, stimulate, strap, strengthen, strengthener, strut, stupe, subsidize, subvention, supplicate, support, supporter, sustain, sustainer, swaddle, swathe, tampon, tape, team, temper, tense, tent, the two, tie, tie up, tighten, toughen, tourniquet, triangular bandage, trice up, truss, twain, two, twosome, underbrace, undergird, underlie, underpin, underpinning, underset, upbear, uphold, upholder, upkeep, vivify, walking stick, wire, wrap, wrap up, yoke
 

 

 

 

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