n.a natural stream of water smaller than a river (and often a tributary of a river)
○ the creek dried up every summer
In the brook beneath stood another child- another and the same- with likewise its ray of golden light.
Blithedale is modeled on the transcendentalist community AT Brook Farm
I have been doing more work on trying to understand what exactly influences the sound of amplifiers, but am often surprised that amps with transformers that don't test well (such as the Brook 12A and many 6BQ5-based amps) sound so good.
He will not brook any interference.
He cannot brook interference.
Just wheRe she had paused, the brook chanced to form a pool, so smooth and quiet that it reflected a perfect image of heR little figure,
The brook is murmuring over the pebbles.
The gurgle of the brook over the Little pebbles
The Little brook babbled away just behind the house
a Man cannot sometimes brook to supplicate or beg