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Spell check of brook

Correct spelling: brook

Synonyms:
deport, put forward, fend for, carry, house, bear with, stand up, hold out, go, patronize, die hard, bide, stick out, brave, jut out, runlet, creek, river, defend, rivulet, support, comport, hold up, corroborate, leap out, endorse, hold, erect, bear out, have a bun in the oven, watercourse, expect, protrude, brave out, provide, jump, acquit, underpin, plump for, stay, hurt, brooklet, lose, put-up, rill, plunk for, put up with, bourn, stream, stand, wear, dry, persist, accept, digest, last, behave, deluge, nominate, contain, project, patronage, beck, stand out, raise, prevail, bear, conduct, get, live on, assume, allow, give birth, branch, tolerate, can, domiciliate, deliver, ache, post, survive, endure, weather, sustain, abide, rear, substantiate, offer, back, condense, torrent, meet, tin, contribute, streamlet, freshet, fend, keep going, water, suffer, place upright, afford, live, stomach, run, undergo, flood, remain firm, gill, indorse, runnel, affirm, set up, resist, permit, concentrate, yield, birth, jut, gestate, confirm, have, back up, subscribe, burn, jump out, patronise, turn out, pay, take over.

Antonyms:
droop, give out, faint, despair, falter, break, fall, break down, succumb, yield, sink, give up, fail, surrender.

Examples of usage:

1) Back of it, and between two and three rods from it, quietly ran in a narrow channel a flower- strewn and almost grass- covered spring brook, whose clear and pure waters, about a foot in depth, were used for domestic and farm purposes. - "Memoirs of Orange Jacobs", Orange Jacobs.

2) I mention this brook because connected with it is my first memory. - "Memoirs of Orange Jacobs", Orange Jacobs.

3) We went up a narrow prairie through which flowed a small brook to a larger prairie through which this brook also flowed. - "Memoirs of Orange Jacobs", Orange Jacobs.

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