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    brook - Dictionary definition and meaning for word brook

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

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

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.

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

BROOK: Be like a chess ROOK (elephant), which can ENDURE / TOLERATE a lot of strain

BROOK...people ask Kelly BROOK,how u r able to TOLERATE or ENDURE the heavy weight of ur big boobs ??? :D

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

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

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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