brooklet

[ broo k-lit ]SEE DEFINITION OF brooklet
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How the Brooklet was born; and lodged; and wandered off one rainy day.

I presume "brookless plash" is a misprint for "brooklet's plash."

They had been sitting beside the brooklet, on the soft green-sward.

Then for wine cooled in a brooklet losing itself in silver sands!

Without a word Paul vanished in the thick undergrowth beyond the brooklet.

This was mostly placed out of sight between the stones bordering the brooklet, or hung on a thorn that grew on the chapel wall.

Gazing, with a timid glance, On the brooklet's swift advance, On the river's broad expanse!

A feature of my garden is to be rock work and a little, thin stream of a brooklet flowing away from a wall fountain.

Mr. Burley was indeed very differently attired since the first interview by the brooklet.

Meanwhile Millefleurs purled on like the softest little stream, smooth English brooklet, without breaks or boulders.

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