- … Tommy has a worldview that's larger than his baby bro's.
- —Leah Rozen
: a male friend
- hanging out with his bros
- One quirky edge the Olympics haven't yet sanded away is the habit of extreme athletes to stick together. Like, no matter where we're from, we're all bros. That kind of thing.
- —Devin Gordon et al.
—used as a friendly way of addressing a man or boy
: a young male who is part of a group of similar male friends stereotypically characterized as hearty, athletic, self-confident, party-loving, etc.
- The recent season of "Project Greenlight," on HBO, made explicit how resistant to race talk Hollywood can be, a stifling culture of bros bonding with mirror versions of themselves.
- —Emily Nussbaum
—often used before another noun
- These were nerds who could pass for bros on a dorm-room sofa …
- —Ben McGrath
- It's the continuation of the bro culture. In my experience, in this world right now, white guys have an advantage. In their training, they've been given access and tools that I haven't. White men get behind each other and empower themselves.
- —Tanya Holland