Examples of rivulet in a Sentence
small rivulets trickled down the side of the cliff
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The sweat and grime belong to both of us; the blood, which has run in rivulets down my bare calf, pooling in the interior of my cowboy boot, belongs only to me.
The pork is still juicy on arrival, salty rivulets running through it.
Threatening me with punishment resulted in kicks, screams, and frantic tears that dried out my cheeks in salty rivulets.
The abundance of water below us was staggering - long, narrow glacial lakes, bogs, small ponds, rivulets and rivers.
Finesse the fixture The hypnotic shape of the 1940s French chandelier evokes the way a dollop of oil dropped into water breaks apart and floats to the surface in rivulets.
But this particular rivulet of slime had a certain historical resonance to it.
For months, rumors, innuendos, and allegations about collusion between the Trump campaign, the Trump administration, and the Russian government swirled around Washington, sometimes in great gushing floods, other times in lazy rivulets.
The near-daily demonstrations that have rocked Venezuela for about two months are sustained by rivulets of material and money that coalesce into a stream of support.
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Synonymsbeck [British], bourn (or bourne), brook, brooklet, burn [British], gill [British], rill, creek, run [chiefly Midland], runlet, runnel, streamlet
Related Wordsarroyo, billabong [Australian], fresh, freshet, runoff; bayou, coulee, slough (also slew or slue), stream, wash; canal, channel, cut, cutoff, gut, kill, millrace, millstream, race, watercourse, waterway; affluent, branch, confluent, distributary, influent, tributary
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