brook

All Noun Verb
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  • Mountain Brook has a city council/mayor/city manager system of government.
  • He must get into Brooks's, if it might be possible for him. Cited from Phineas Finn, by Anthony Trollope
  • Thus, he will brook no chance he or his heir will lose that position.
  • Brooks had cast certain actors in more than one of his films.
  • Brooks, on the other hand, had the support of the district court.
  • Most of the town's brooks also flow into these two rivers.
  • Brook's self-possession stood by him in this trying moment. Cited from Thrilling Adventures by Land and Sea, by James O. Brayman
  • Brook earned a good living writing songs and co-producing albums.
  • This remains the only loss on Brook's record thus far.
  • This has since come to be known as the Brooks's law.
  • This has since come to be known as the Brooks's law.
  • The town's name comes from the several brooks which flow nearby.
  • Many outside the community were critical of Brook Farm, especially in the press.
  • He owned about of land and was a member of Brooks's.
  • These are mine too, But as great rivers own the brook's young speed. Cited from Emblems Of Love, by Lascelles Abercrombie
  • Three weeks later, Brooks sat at home with his father and watched the team he almost made win gold.
  • The two villages on each side of the through road on the brook's right bank long ago grew together.
  • Smaller brooks are found in all parts of the town.
  • When Brooks was brought in, he chose the film's popular title.
  • Brooks's division was still on the left of the Federal line, near the bridge-heads. Cited from The Campaign of Chancellorsville,Theodore A. Dodge
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Meaning of brook

  • noun A natural stream of water smaller than a river (and often a tributary of a river)
    the creek dried up every summer