brook definition

  • noun:
    • Chiefly Northeastern U.S. See creek. See Local Note at run.
    • a body of working water smaller compared to a river; a little stream.
    • a water meadow.
    • low, marshy surface.
    • a normal blast of liquid smaller than a river or creek.
    • a normal stream of liquid, too little become known as a river.
    • an all-natural stream of liquid smaller than a river (and often a tributary of a river)
  • verb-transitive:
    • to put on with; tolerate: We are going to brook no longer argument.
    • to make use of; to enjoy.
    • To keep; to withstand; to put on with; to tolerate.
    • To deserve; to earn.
  • verb:
    • To use; enjoy; possess full employment of.
    • to make; deserve.
    • To keep; withstand; support; put up with; tolerate (usually utilized in the unfavorable, with an abstract noun as item).
    • put up with anything or somebody unpleasant
  • others:
    • to-draw collectively and threaten rain: stated associated with the clouds: with up.
    • to utilize; enjoy; possess complete work of.
    • . To earn; deserve.
    • To bear; withstand; support; put up with: always in a poor sense.

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