Examples of brotherly in a Sentence
He gave his sister a brotherly hug.
He received brotherly support from his fellow priests.
Recent Examples of brotherly from the Web
The two shared another brotherly moment in San Diego.
For all the talk of brotherly unity, the six-member Gulf Cooperation Council is a dysfunctional, divided alliance.
The brotherly combination lost just three games in the opening rounds of the tournament Thursday at the University of Redlands after advancing to the Mission League Tournament Final.
This odd couple first forge a brotherly bond in prison after backing each other up in a string of brutal confrontations with bad-ass rivals and crooked guards.
Chris, who's six years older, accompanied Ian to Chicago after his call-up, but Cubs teammates looking out for the kid eating up somebody's at-bats have made any brotherly advice a bonus.
Going into this weekend's concert at the Wadsworth Atheneum, the guys have a compelling reason to celebrate brotherly devotion: One chorus member came to the rescue of the chorus' leader by giving him one of his kidneys.
Some equestrian enthusiasts contend Turf Paradise has run amok, and the brotherly battle is jeopardizing the future of Arizona horse racing.
The Catholics later decided to build a larger church, and sold it for a mere $1 as a gesture of brotherly love to the Lutherans, who moved it in the 1940s, according to the historic designation application.
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First Known Use of brotherly
before 12th century
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Definition of brotherly for English Language Learners
: showing or suggesting the love and closeness of a brother
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