- (tr) Scot a variant spelling of drouk
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Examples from the Web for drook
When she reached the head of the drook she halted and gave ear.
They beached the bully at the foot of the drook and made her fast.
Mr. Darling nodded, placed two loaded pistols in his pocket and vanished up the tangled slope of the drook.
The tide must have carried the bully out of the drook, while George was asleep, and drifted it around to the harbor.
Git north to the drook where yer man bes, an' lay down there, the three o' ye, till I fetches yer bully.