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Briar, Briars or Brier may refer to:
Briar (thicket) (also spelt brier), common name for a number of unrelated thorny plants that form thickets.
- Briar, Missouri, an unincorporated community in Ripley County
- Briar, Texas, a census-designated place (CDP) in Parker, Tarrant, and Wise counties
- Briar Creek (Susquehanna River), a tributary of the Susquehanna River in Pennsylvania
- Brier Creek, a tributary of the Savannah River in the U.S. state of Georgia
- Brier Island, an island in the Bay of Fundy in Digby County, Nova Scotia
- Brier, Washington, a city in Snohomish County
- Briars, Saint Helena, a small pavilion in which Napoleon Bonaparte stayed
- The Briars, also known as The Briars Homestead, Mount Martha, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
- Briar Rose, the name of Sleeping Beauty in some versions of the story
- Briar Moss, from the Circle of Magic and Circle Opens quartets by Tamora Pierce
- The Briar King, a novel by Greg Keyes
- Huckleberry Briar, a district in Strawberryland from the Strawberry Shortcake series, where Huckleberry Pie resides
- Briar Cudgeon, a crazed ex-commander who wants revenge from Artemis Fowl
- Briar, the evil sister of Rose in Bone (comic)
- In Barbara Allen, a well-known folk ballad, the title character is identified with a briar in some versions
- Brier score, a probability-related measure
- Briar wood, wood from the root of Erica arborea, used for making smoking pipes
- Briar (software), a project and application for mesh networking and resilient communications
- Tim Hortons Brier (or simply "The Brier"), the Canadian men's curling championship
- Briar Patch (disambiguation)
- Blackbriar (disambiguation)
- Greenbrier (disambiguation)
- Briers (disambiguation)
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