brooklet

noun
brook·let | \ˈbru̇-klət \

Definition of brooklet 

: a small brook

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Synonyms

brook, creek, rill, rivulet, run [chiefly Midland], streamlet

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Examples of brooklet in a Sentence

a little brooklet trickled past the house

First Known Use of brooklet

1807, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of brooklet was in 1807

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