• Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • v.i Breer br─ôr (Scot.) to sprout.
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In literature:

His subject of discourse was the prospects of the turnip "breer," but he casually explained that he was waiting for medical advice.
"Stories by English Authors: Scotland" by Various
That it was not just, had been conceded by M^r Breerly & M^r Paterson themselves.
"The Journal of the Debates in the Convention which Framed the Constitution of the United States" by James Madison

In poetry:

There's nae simmer days like the simmer days then,
Sae bricht an' sae bonny they lay on the glen;
O the wannerin' Luggie, that wimplet sae clear,
Thro' hazle, an' hawthorn, an' rose-busket breer.
"A Wheen Aul' Memories" by Janet Hamilton

In news:

Albert Breer stands by opinion that RGIII is 'entitled.
Breer 's training camp tour: Falcons.
Breer 's training camp tour.
Breer 's training camp tour, Day 6: Ravens.
Albert Breer over at writes about how the Browns should keep both Pat Shurmur and Tom Heckert.