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Brook — synonyms, definition
1. brook (Noun)
arm bay branch burn channel creek estuary inlet rill rivulet run runlet runnel stream streamlet tributary
brook (Noun) — A natural stream of water smaller than a river (and often a tributary of a river).
ex. "the brook dried up every summer"
2 types of
Aegospotami Aegospotamos Bull Run brooklet
2. brook (Verb)
abide allow be capable of bear digest endure forbear hold up under lump permit put up put up with stand stick out stomach submit submit to suffer support sustain • • •
brook (Verb) — Put up with something or somebody unpleasant.
ex. "The new secretary had to brook a lot of unprofessional remarks"
4 types of
allow countenance let permit
accept bear up hold still for live with pay sit out stand for swallow take a joke take lying down