There are 2 definitions of briar in English:

briar1

Syllabification: bri·ar
Pronunciation: /ˈbrī(ə)r
 
/

noun

  • variant spelling of brier1.
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    • ‘You're not stupid,’ Bella continued, speaking more to the rose briars than to him.
    • Glen smiled at the thought of a dirty forest with trees, briars, and wild animals.
    • Throughout this long afternoon, we remained motionless in the briar patch.

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There are 2 definitions of briar in English:

briar2

Syllabification: bri·ar
Pronunciation: /
 
ˈbrī(ə)r/

noun

  • variant spelling of brier2.
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    • The Centenier finished his coffee, while Holmes selected and filled his briar pipe.
    • The briar pipe continued to epitomise solid, dependable, common sense masculinity.
    • Every man present had filled his clay or briar pipes with good Virginia tobacco.

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