younger brother

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younger brother

One's younger male sibling. Yeah, I have a younger brother—his name is Jim. Johnny is Bella's younger brother.
See also: brother, young
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'The younger brother had been a traveller in many countries, and had made his pilgrimage through life alone.
But when the time of trial came, the younger brother's heart was full of those old days.
'Well,' says the younger brother, 'but your neighbours, as you call them, may be even with you, for beauty will steal a husband sometimes in spite of money, and when the maid chances to be handsomer than the mistress, she oftentimes makes as good a market, and rides in a coach before her.'
"The younger brother impatiently rejoined, `With twelve o'clock?'
"I always observed that their pride bitterly resented the younger brother's (as I call him) having crossed swords with a peasant, and that peasant a boy.
Alexander, the younger brother, was sickly, clever, fond of books and drawing, and full of satirical remarks.
But the younger brothers and sisters, for whom they made such sacrifices and who have had `advantages,' never seem to me, when I meet them now, half as interesting or as well educated.
The issue was blown up when the costly flat worth of more than Rs 25 million under prime minister scheme was allotted Bilaal Ahmad Khan Suri , the younger brother of Deputy Speaker Qasim suri , as the scheme was developed only for the poor who could not afford to buy their home.
8865979381443 Kostas Antetokounmpo the younger brother of NBA MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo heads to the Lakers on a two-way deal.
Even though the younger brother cannot hear what is said, he nods.
Unsure of his own abilities, the younger brother asks himself, "What if I slip?" What If I miss?
He said the younger brother had left hospital after receiving necessary medical aid.
A composite police force in Western Visayas arrested on Monday morning the younger brother of slain alleged Western Visayas drug lord Melvin Odicta.
Supt Kelebeng said the two had a misunderstanding, which led to the older brother allegedly hitting the younger brother with an object on the head continuously, resulting in the younger brother sustaining severe head injuries.
The book offers the view from below, by the younger brother passed over to lead the family company, one of Canada's largest.