streamlet

noun
stream·let | \ˈstrēm-lət \

Definition of streamlet 

: a small stream

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Synonyms

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

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Examples of streamlet in a Sentence

the raging brook of last spring is a mere streamlet now that it's July

First Known Use of streamlet

circa 1552, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of streamlet was circa 1552

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