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Definition of Brooklike
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Literary usage of Brooklike
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1. History of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1630-1877: With a Genealogical Register by Lucius Robinson Paige (1877)
"THE brooklike BRIDGE had no immediate connection with either of the rival bridges, but was erected for the benefit and at the expense of persons owning real ..."
2. A New Gazetteer of the United States of America ...: Including by William Darby, Theodore Dwight (1833)
"brooklike, t. Hillsboro" со. N. 11.45ms. is generally good grass land, with the se-¡from Concord, ..."
3. Hither and Thither in Germany by William Dean Howells (1920)
"... of the classic Ihn. The waters of the classic Ilm are sluggish and slimy in places, and in places clear and brooklike, but always a dark green in color. ..."
4. Matthew Arnold by James Main Dixon (1906)
"The brooklike murmur of his song Of nature's simple joys! The violet by its mossy stone, The primrose by the river's brim, And chance-sown daffodil have ..."
5. Ithaca and Its Resources: Being an Historical and Descriptive Sketch of the by D. Morris Kurtz (1883)
"... the stream glides along with but few interruptions of cascades in its easy descent, and grows more and more brooklike. Moss and ferns and evergreens are ..."