Similar words: embrace, disgraced, defaced, bracket, race, trace, grace, bric-a-brac. Meaning: [breɪs] adj. 1. positioned so as to be ready for confrontation or danger 2. held up by braces or buttresses.
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(1) His back was heavily braced.
(2) She braced herself to lead a normal life.
(3) Nancy braced herself for the inevitable arguments. Sentencedict.com
(4) He braced himself for the icy plunge into the black water.
(5) They braced up the old house with balks of timber.
(6) The base was braced for an attack.
(7) UN troops are braced for more violence.
(8) He braced his foot against the wall and jumped.
(9) They braced for an attack.
(10) The roof was braced by lengths of timber.
(11) They braced themselves against the wind.
(12) Wait until we've braced the ladder.
(13) The candidate braced up after his defeat.
(14) She braced herself up and tried once more.
(15) They braced themselves behind the gun.
(16) The struts are firmly braced.
(17) She choked back her tears and braced up.
(18) He braced himself to meet the blow.
(19) He braced his foot against the wall.
(20) She braced herself, as if to meet a blow.
(21) We braced ourselves for a bumpy landing.
(22) He braced his back against the wall.
(23) Elaine braced herself against the dresser and looked in the mirror.
(24) He braced himself to hear what the boss would say.
(25) Cathy braced herself to see Matthew, who she expected to arrive at any minute.
(26) He stood with his legs and shoulders braced, ready to lift the weights.
(27) The house has a wooden frame which is braced with brick.
(28) Gina braced her back against the wall and pushed as hard as she could.
(29) He told me he had some bad news for me and I braced myself for a shock.
(30) She told me she had some bad news for me and I braced myself for a shock.