Definition of debruise in English:

debruise

Line breaks: de|bruise
Pronunciation: /dɪˈbruːz/

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verb

[with object] Heraldry
Partly obscure (another charge).

Origin

Middle English: from Old French debruisier, debrisier, from de- + bruiser, brisier (modern briser), 'break'.

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