Examples of rivulet in a Sentence
small rivulets trickled down the side of the cliff
Recent Examples of rivulet from the Web
The living room moldings almost feel like rivulets of ocean left behind by a wave.
Sheets of rain had turned the steep streets of the historic town into rivulets, and the surrounding hilltops were shrouded in a dense, milky fog, known locally as Rousdon Mist.
Tablas Creek Vineyard winery opened in 1997, flanking the eponymous rivulet in the Paso Robles hills about 12 miles inland and midway between Los Angeles and San Francisco.
On a rainy Friday afternoon in January, rivulets of black comic fans trickled through the halls of Harlem’s Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture.
The rivulets, carved by rainfall over the millennia, are said to represent her tears from a broken heart.
Countless rivulets of meltwater stream down her face.
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.
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RIVULET Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of rivulet for English Language Learners
: a small stream of water or liquid
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