- (obsolete) to echo
Etymology: Old French bruitFrench, bruit.
- And the King's rouse the heaven shall again,
- Re-speaking earthly thunder. - "Hamlet" by William Shakespeare, act 1 scene 2 lines 127-128
- (US, archaic Brit) to spread or disseminate a rumour etc.
- 1997: Paranoid. Now he knew what it meant, this word that was bandied and bruited so easily, and he sensed the connections being made around him. " Don DeLillo?, Underworld
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