Brack (?), n. [Cf.D. braak, Dan. braek, a breaking, Sw. & Isel. brak a crackling, creaking. Cf. Breach.]

An opening caused by the parting of any solid body; a crack or breach; a flaw.

Stain or brack in her sweet reputation. J. Fletcher.

 

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Brack, n. [D. brak, adj., salt; cf. LG. wrak refuse, G. brack.]

Salt or brackish water.

[Obs.]

Drayton.

 

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