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1bracer

noun bra·cer \ˈbrā-sər\

Definition of BRACER

:  an arm or wrist protector especially for use by an archer

Origin of BRACER

Middle English, from Anglo-French *bracer, from braz arm, from Latin bracchium
First Known Use: 14th century

Rhymes with BRACER

2bracer

noun brac·er \ˈbrā-sər\

Definition of BRACER

1
:  one that braces, binds, or makes firm
2
:  a drink (as of liquor) taken as a stimulant

First Known Use of BRACER

1579

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