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    1. in literature from the State University of New York at Stony Brook in 1972

    2. A little shallow brook flowed around the site on the north and east

    3. As the dark approached once again they found a keltoid clump that was on an island in the brook, which was now a stream

    4. The fireplace was between the front door and the village end of the brook

    5. I squelched through swarms of midges and climbed through tall grasses and even jumped a surprising brook all without confrontation

    6. There was a camp fire going around the bend in the brook and they could hear voices

    7. They could look out over the little brook that wound thru the flat of Yoonbarla Vale

    8. When it was built, the brook ran to the edge of the patio stones, so it had dropped at least three feet in the three and a half thousand years this house had stood here

    9. The view of the fields and the brook and the mountainside in Wescarp was better than these plain block walls

    10. His walls were festooned with screens and he had a brook driving an escapement driving a big tracking mirror on a suntower collecting light that was conducted thru thick fiber bundles to his components with outlets all over the room, most of them in use

    1. curiosity that brooked no flight or fancy

    2. It was still a struggle to have That Career, even though achieved in a meritocracy that brooked no barriers of social class

    3. Soffen turned away looking at some distant place known only to her, and when she finally responded, it was with an insistence that brooked no argument

    4. She opened her mouth to scream and, at once, strong hands that brooked no gainsaying picked her up and held her tight

    5. “Fetch rope,” he said, in a tone that brooked no disagreement

    6. “Really? You can sit here now and tell me, with honesty in your heart and in spite of your dreams last night, that the Lord of the Lammas Lands would have brooked a refusal from you and let you live? You could have walked away from his bed and still continued to serve him, unharmed and whole?”

    7. The look in his eyes brooked no refusal, so I slipped it into my wallet

    8. was repeated over and over in a harsh voice that brooked no refusal until, with astonishing docility, both men and women, no longer in lust, wandered with tired perplexed faces to the nearest mat and returned to their apartments

    9. a tone that brooked no doubt of their veracity

    10. As he helped Falcon finish strapping her ankle to the splint with the ace bandage, he spoke up in a tone which brooked no argument

    1. ’ She said, her tone brooking no argument

    2. "No!" I was brooking no arguments

    1. among the stones of the brooks

    2. All of the land that any of them had purchased with their bits of metal was well into the rural land, the only small holds were right along the brooks out here, the land they discussed was high on the plateaus between

    3. 1As the hart pants after the water brooks, so pants my soul after thee, O God

    4. It was green and lush with lazy little brooks choked with lesh weed and luse

    5. Most people who were here played in the bigger pools along the brooks

    6. Like the ones Brooks and Burroughs and Tolkien and Simmons wrote? What if there actually could be people at other worlds?"

    7. There were brooks of fresh water running throughout the island and, with storms such as the one that delivered me there, I should have scarcely been surprised

    8. Henrietta was wearing her low heeled or rather flat shoes and a long skirt and a dark sweater and I was pumping along in my Brooks Brothers racing jacket

    9. 15 My brothers have dealt deceitfully as a brook, and as the stream of brooks they pass away;

    10. 17 He shall not see the rivers, the floods, the brooks of honey and butter

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    Synonyms for "brook"

    brook creek abide bear digest endure put up stand stick out stomach suffer support tolerate put up with submit to branch burn rill rivulet run runlet

    "brook" definitions

    a natural stream of water smaller than a river (and often a tributary of a river)

    put up with something or somebody unpleasant