(), n. [OE. brewis, brouwys, browesse, brewet, OF. brouet, -s being the OF. ending of the nom. sing. and acc. pl.; dim. of OHG. brod. 93. See Broth, and cf. Brose.] 1. Broth or pottage. [Obs.]
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Let them of their Bonner's "beef" and "broth" make what brewis they please for their credulous guests.
Bp. Hall.
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2. Bread soaked in broth, drippings of roast meat, milk, or water and butter.
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