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brook - Dictionary definition and meaning for word brook

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

(verb) put up with something or somebody unpleasant
Example Sentence
  • I cannot bear his constant criticism
  • The new secretary had to endure a lot of unprofessional remarks
  • he learned to tolerate the heat
  • She stuck out two years in a miserable marriage

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for brook

relate this to BROOK BOND tea....jst drink the tea and then u can tolerate any tension. :-)
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by ankit_goyal

In class if you don't bring the BOOK teacher will not BROOK it.
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by anshulnirvana

brook rhymes like hook which tolerates the weight of anything hanging on it
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by chowdhury_amrita

Brook can be split into B(be) - ROOK (rookie). A "rookie" is an untrained army personel who has to put up with (tolerate) the rigors of training.
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by sridharc

brook...BRO(ther) + OK..consider it as "itz OK BRO i can bear it"
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by angel

BROOK: Be like a chess ROOK (elephant), which can ENDURE / TOLERATE a lot of strain
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BROOK...people ask Kelly BROOK,how u r able to TOLERATE or ENDURE the heavy weight of ur big boobs ??? :D
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by stealth

1)bina rooke (in hindi language) 2)opposite of break
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by satyanand

brook can be related to broke. If you are broke(insolvent)they you will have to tolerate criticisms
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by anshulnirvana

brook - if you cannot say Ruk in hindi to all irritating and intolerable people, then you will have to brook it.
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by shalnew

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