adverb or adjective \ə-ˈbrōch\

Definition of ABROACH

archaic :  in a condition for letting out a liquid (as wine)
archaic :  in action or agitation :  astir <mischiefs that I set abroach — Shakespeare>

First Known Use of ABROACH

14th century


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