A group of bros blocking an entrance way like a barricade. In this circumstance, "bros" does not mean PewDiePie fans but rather muscled college guys with deep voices who are commonly seen at parties and are in most cases, apart of a fraternity.
Person #1: I'm going to brocade my door so my mother can't get in.
Person #2: Like get a group of PewDiePie fanboys to block the door?
Person #1: No, I was going to get some guys from my college fraternity to block the door.
by DidItForTheLols August 19, 2015
A portmanteu of the words bro and facade. Meaning to have outward appearance fitting of a bro. Classified by overuse of the word bro, a fascination with alcohol, and incomprehensible speach.
Steve: Duuuuude, I was so drunk at this place, and this chi-
John: Steve, drop the brocade, we know that never happened.
by Whooves February 24, 2012
The intervention and blocking by brothers and/or guy friends when an ex, spouse, or another chick like her friend is either trying to cause issues with your current chick or a chick you are trying to pick up. Or if your chick shows up at a place she just shouldn't be.

Similar to a blockade...
When my future wife showed up at my bachelor party my friends and brothers formed a Brocade at the door and wouldn't let her in.
by Watchguy June 12, 2009
A brocade occurs when bros agree that another bro needs to stop doing something, and thus form a barricade of bros.
Bro 1: Man, our bro is getting really drunk, maybe we should cut him off?

Bro 2: Yeah man, let's brocade the bar!
by FlyingPiranha August 11, 2014
Woah, look at that brocade over there! It'll be impossible to navigate through.
by BrocadeBoy May 9, 2013
Man, look over there at all the drunks falling out of that bar, its a total brocade.
by Bril June 13, 2012
Friends who love to do qigong together. Especially the baduanjin, which in Chineese means '8 Silky Brocades'. This is one of the most wonderful qigong stretches and Hec Hanley and Beatrice Middleton often do it together. Brocade buddies often do qigong for hours, never stopping to speak. So if you love the healing martial arts, get a bunch a of your Brocade Buddies together and do the 8 Silky Brocades. You will feel silky!
Bryant: Hey Hec, let's do some qigong! After all, we are Brocade Buddies.

Hec: You got that right. The baduanjin, the 8 Silky Stretches. (he starts doing them)

Bryant: Easy now, you don't want too much fire. This is meant to heal, not hurt.

Hec: Yes. (he does Drawing the Bow to Shoot the Hawk) Now, that felt good. This is crazy fun!

Bryant: Now, let's do Angry Gaze. (he squats into the horse stance and punches at Hec's stomach) There, think Angry Tiger!

Hec: Good one, my poor heart! These brocades really work. Hooooooooooo (the heart healing sound).

Bryant: I'm sorry, I didn't mean to do that.

Hec: Its okay. Now, those are great exercises, huh? But now I need a Hanley Freeze. You want one?

Bryant: Sure! How about a chi massage, too? That'll perk you up.

Hec: (starts rubbing on Bryant) Easy now. We're Brocade Buddies! Now, this is going to be good. Don't hurt yourself.

Bryant: Xie xie! (means 'thank you' in Chineese) That was one great workout. I feel silky now! Brocade Buddies forever! High wu! ('five', in Chineese)
by Dusty's Baby Powder October 22, 2011