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Word: brook

Definition: tolerate; endure; Ex. brook no interference; N: small stream


Sentences Containing 'brook'

"Kiddio" is a 1960 R/pop song written by Brook Benton Clyde Otis and released as a single by Brook Benton.
'I hope it encouraged him,' she said, as she turned to run down the hill: 'and now for the last brook, and to be a Queen!
'So you will, when you've crossed the next brook,' said the White Knight.
'You've only a few yards to go,' he said, 'down the hill and over that little brook, and then you'll be a Queen--But you'll stay and see me off first?'
According to legend, Ehlhalten once provided a cutter that tailors used at the water of the brook in Ehlhalten.
After this it joins the larger river called the Rea Brook.
Alice said very politely, as she crossed the little brook after the Queen.
Along Kedron Brook in Brisbane, the bird is described as rare and threatened.
Ash Brook is a watercourse in Greater Manchester and a tributary of the River Roch.
Barton rivers include the Barton, and Willoughby Rivers; Hogtrough Brook, Lord Brook, Annis Brook, May Pond Brook, Willoughby Brook, and Roaring Brook.
Brook excluded the final reconciliation of the families from his performance text.
Brook’s parents were Caspar Brook, the first director of the Consumers’ Association in Britain, and Dinah, a former education correspondent of "The Observer".
Further south, where the Sainsbury’s development is today, rose a second brook, Hermitage Brook, snaking northeast towards the River Lea.
Goose Arm was a settlement located north of Corner Brook.
He died on August 1, 2005 at Stony Brook University Hospital in Stony Brook, New York.
In 1838, part of the town was used to form the Towns of Au Sable and Black Brook.
In 1977, Garn married Kathleen Brewerton, who had a son, Brook, from a previous marriage.
In Brook's Hollow the Bureau provided $300 and black residents $323 for a new schoolhouse.
In the 2001 Census, the civil parish of Preston Brook had 312 dwellings and 716 residents.
It contains the villages of Preston Brook and Preston on the Hill.
It proceeds east through residential areas for about towards Route 9, crossing over Sumner Brook and Mill Brook along the way.
It was named after the Gladbach, a narrow brook, that mostly runs subterraneously today.
Its headquarters are in Oak Brook, Illinois.
Its main tributaries are the Gibbs Brook, Eden Vale Stream, and the Eden Brook, which has the Felbridge Water as a tributary.
Its primary feeder streams are Wreck Pond Brook, Hurleys Pond Brook and Hannabrand Brook.
I``hooked''the apples, leaped the brook, and scared the musquash and the trout.
Lawrence Brook School renovation and expansion were expected to cost ca.
Minsterley Brook is a small stream in Shropshire, England.
On 23 April 1633 he was inducted to the rectory of Alcester, presented to him by Lord Brook.
Peter Brook's 1947 version was the beginning of a different style of "Romeo and Juliet" performances.
Splake grow more quickly than brook trout and become piscivorous sooner and are more tolerant of competitors than brook trout.
The Bridgewater Canal runs from Manchester through Preston Brook where it divides into two branches.
The brook also incorporates Arrowe Park Lake.
The brook is Toney's Brook, which also goes through Rand Park, also on the campus.
The Brook Road bridge links the two platforms.
The brook trout ("Salvelinus fontinalis"), sometimes called the eastern brook trout, is a species of fish in the salmon family of order Salmoniformes.
The brown trout, a species not native to North America, has replaced the brook trout in much of the brook trout's native water.
The closest settlement include Brookvale, Preston Brook and Frodsham.
The Eden Brook powered three watermills.
The Felbridge Water is a tributary of the Eden Brook.
The Horse, who had put his head out of the window, quietly drew it in and said, 'It's only a brook we have to jump over.'
The northwest side of Coburn drains into Horse Brook and Fourmile Brook, then into the Moose River and the Kennebec.
The only tributary to Serpentine River is Big Brook.
The Stony Brook Press is a student-run news and feature publication at the Stony Brook University published fortnightly.
The Stony Brook Student Activities Center (commonly referred to as the SAC) is the main student activity center at Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, New York located in the center of west campus as part of the Academic Mall.
The wavy fess stands for the brook that runs through the village.
There is Blatny brook (in Czech Blatný potok) flowing through the meadow.
This work was influenced and developed by Peter Brook.
Various tributaries also powered watermills: Gibbs Brook.
Whitefield is drained by Bog Brook and the Johns River, which runs through the center of town.

More Vocab Words

::: gentry - people of standing(rank or position); people of good family or high social position; class of people just below nobility
::: attrition - rubbing away by friction; gradual decrease in numbers or strength; reduction in the work force without firing employees; wearing away of opposition by means of harassment; Ex. a war of attrition
::: imbecility - weakness of mind; state of being an imbecile; N. imbecile: stupid person; fool
::: mortify - humiliate by embarassing excessively; shame; punish the flesh; discipline (one's body) by self-denial; Ex. mortified by her blunder; Ex. mortify the flesh; CF. cause to die
::: antecede - precede
::: spawn - lay eggs (in large numbers); produce offspring (in large numbers); N: eggs of aquatic animals
::: mundane - worldly as opposed to spiritual; everyday; of the ordinary; Ex. mundane existence; CF. world
::: recumbent - reclining; lying down completely or in part
::: academic - related to a school; not practical or directly useful
::: calculated - deliberately planned; likely