Brittany

(redirected from Britany)
Also found in: Dictionary, Encyclopedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • noun

Synonyms for Brittany

a former province of northwestern France on a peninsula between the English Channel and the Bay of Biscay

References in periodicals archive ?
Pregnant Blake Lively and her husband Ryan Reynolds are in a matching pose next to them, with Britany and her new husband Ben Lamanna on the end.
In a statement released today, his family said photographs showing a youth purportedly named Abu Yusuf Al Britany appear to depict their son, despite his death not being officially confirmed.
In a statement released yesterday, his family said photographs showing a youth purportedly named Abu Yusuf Al Britany appear to depict their son, despite his death not being officially confirmed.
In a statement released yesterday, his family said, despite his death not being officially confirmed, photographs showing Abu Yusuf Al Britany appear to depict their 17-year-old son.
In a statement his family said, despite his death not being offi-cially confirmed, photographs showing a youth purportedly named Abu Yusuf Al Britany appear to depict their 17-year-old son.
In March, the board hired Britany Fink-Meiklen, a recent arrival from Skagit County who has previous farmer market experience and is a farmer herself.
Hoover, Britany Rene Kinsey, Abigail Marlaine Melton, Regina A.
Sutton: Stephanie Antaya, Britany Berube, Adisson Kahale, Sylvia Louw, Nicole Novak, Amanda Perreault
Jason was dad to their three children - Britany, 12, Jay, 11 and Charlie, seven - and also to stepdaughter Samantha Carsley, 18, of Redcar - who all adored him.
Parlant tagalog et pampangan, Britany fait mention du tres grand defi qu'est encore pour elle l'apprentissage de la langue francaise.
Britany Rothstein of New York, New York, served as poet laureate.
Britany Cavett, Eddie Perkins, Rodney Baker, and Stanley Smith,
36) See JOHN AUSTIN, ELAINE DEZENSKI, AND BRITANY AFFOLTER-CAINE, THE VITAL CONNECTION: RECLAIMING GREAT LAKES ECONOMIC LEADERSHIP IN THE BI-NATIONAL US-CANADIAN REGION (2008), available at http://www.
Detroit signed second- round pick Britany Miller as an emergency roster replacement so it could dress the league-minimum nine players.