Entry from British & World English dictionary
verb[with object] Heraldry
Partly obscure (another charge).
- The labels borne by members of the Royal Family to debruise the Royal Arms are blazoned as white, not silver.
- The Arms of James Thomas Robson debruised of a bordure charged with three ermine spots counterchanged;
- A Roundel Argent charged with three Bars wavy Azure overall a Lion rampant as in the Arms the whole environed by a Chaplet of Wheat Or and debruising a Cross flory Gold.
Middle English: from Old French debruisier, debrisier, from de- + bruiser, brisier (modern briser), 'break'.
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