Brake (n.): 

1. Any of certain ferns, such as the bracken or the cliff brake.
2. An area overgrown with dense brushwood, briers, and undergrowth; a thicket.
3. (cap. — The Brake) The vast, dense, mysterious forest that bisects post-Ice Age England in the 33rd Century AD.


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