brook

[ broo k ]SEE DEFINITION OF brook

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BROOK

I doubt me whether the poor old hound will brook the journey.

The banks of the brook at this spot are composed of purple-brown slate (Silurian).

Their outburst of melody is like a brook let loose from wintry chains.

Down the hill they thundered, over the brook and up to the scene of the contest.

"And the glad song of the brook will be always in our ears," said Lilias Fay.

"But I had money to pay for the brook and the bridge before I agreed to them," said Peter.

He cannot brook denial, when once he fixes his heart on a thing.

How noisy and romping the brook was; how capricious, how playful, how furtive!

The brook continued of the same size, and the country of the same character.

Then it fell over on its side, bridging blackly the white ice of the brook.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR BROOK

suffers

verbendure, permit
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