To BRUIT. v.a.

To BRUIT. v.a. [from the noun.] To report; to noise abroad;
to rumour. Neither the verb nor the noun are now much
in use.
[For fear yt we like rogues
shd be reputed
and for ear-marked
beasts be bruited.
His death,
being bruited once, took fire and heat away
From the best temper’d courage in his troops. Shak. Hen V.
It was bruited, that I meant nothing less than to go to Gui-
ana. Raleigh’s Essays.

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