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Examples of brother in a Sentence
We must support our brothers and sisters fighting overseas.
the brothers in a monastery
Recent Examples of brother from the Web
Jonah Arenado, the younger brother of Rockies All-Star Nolan, doubled to drive in the tying run in the second, and scored on Ali Castillo’s single to give Richmond a 2-1 lead.
Isaac Labelle, brother of Xavier Labelle, described his younger sibling as an amazing pianist and an intellectually gifted athlete who was to have graduated from high school in the spring.
Kraisser, the younger brother of four-time state champion Nathan and three-time winner Austin, capped off a perfect season this winter with his third state title.
In last month’s primary, 26-year-old Aaron Ortiz defeated veteran state Rep. Dan Burke, the brother of powerful Southwest Side Ald.
In the end, a San Diego jury found that Adam Shacknai, the brother of Zahau’s boyfriend, was responsible for her death.
Nance, a 6-8 player, is the brother of current Los Angeles Laker Larry Nance, Jr. Their father is former NBA All-Star Larry Nance, Sr.
Anspach portrayed a pianist engaged to the brother of Nicholson's character.
University of Texas wide receiver Armanti Foreman, the brother of Texans running back D'Onta Foreman, is working out for the Texans at their local prospect day on Saturday.
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Origin and Etymology of brother
First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
BROTHER Defined for English Language Learners
: a boy or man who has one or both of the same parents as you
: a man who is from the same group or country as you
: a male member of a religious group
BROTHER Defined for Kids
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