An alloy frequently yellow of copper and zinc in adjustable percentage but frequently containing two components of copper to one section of zinc It sometimes includes tin and seldom other metals
- an alloy of copper and zinc
- the portion of a band or orchestra that plays brass tools
- impudent aggressiveness
- the people (or committees or departments etc.) just who comprise a body for the purpose of administering some thing
- an ornament or utensil made from brass
- a memorial made of metal
- a wind instrument that is comprised of a brass pipe (usually of variable size) which blown in the shape of a cup-shaped or funnel-shaped mouthpiece
- An alloy (usually yellow) of copper and zinc, in variable percentage, but usually containing two parts of copper to a single section of zinc. It sometimes contains tin, and seldom various other metals.
- A journal bearing, so-called because frequently made from brass. a metal is normally lined with a softer material, as soon as the latter is generally labeled as a white material lining. See Axle field, Journal Box, and Bearing.
- Coin made of copper, brass, or bronze.
- Impudence; a brazen face.
- Utensils, ornaments, or any other articles of metal.
- A brass plate engraved with a figure or product. Specifically, one used as a memorial toward dead, and usually having the portrait, coat of arms, etc.
- Lumps of pyrites or sulphuret of iron, the color that is in close proximity to that metal.
yellow alloy of copper and zinc or a decorative item made of these types of an alloy.
Old English br
(n.) An alloy (usually yellow) of copper and zinc, in variable proportion, but usually containing two elements of copper to one element of zinc. It sometimes includes tin, and seldom other metals.
- (n.) Coin made of copper, brass, or bronze.
- (n.) Impudence; a brazen face.
- (letter.) Utensils, ornaments, or other articles of metal.
- (letter.) A brass dish etched with a figure or device. Especially, one made use of as a memorial into the dead, and generally having the portrait, coating of arms, etc.
- (n.) Lumps of pyrites or sulphuret of metal, the colour of which is near to compared to metal.
He began to lecture on Homer and the Epistle to Titus, and in connexion with the former he announced that, like Solomon, he sought Tyrian brass and gems for the adornment of God's Temple.