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Bray


BRAY, verb transitive

1. To pound, beat or grind small; as, to bray a fool in a mortar. Proverbs 27:22.

2. To make a harsh sound, as of an ass.

3. To make a harsh, disagreeable grating sound.

BRAY, noun The harsh sound or roar of an ass; a harsh grating sound.

1. Shelving ground.

BRAY, noun A bank or mound of earth.