5 Metaphors for braying

"The braies, or brayes, were a kind of drawers, generally knitted, sometimes made of woollen stuff or silk, and sometimes even of undressed leather. ....

Bray was an ardent phrenologist, and in 1832 published a work on The Education of the Feelings, based on phrenological principles.

Mrs. Bray was also a woman of large intelligence, and of a mind freely open to new theories.

Charles Bray not only was the first philosopher she knew, but her opinions of after years were mainly in the direction he marked out for her.

One who knew them has said, "Besides being a practical as well as theoretical philanthropist, Mr. Bray was also a courageous impugner of the dogmas which form the basis of the popular theology.

5 Metaphors for  braying