Monday, June 23, 2014
Citations for droke
No one was privy to the goings-on at the house in the droke, though there was plenty of speculation about the rituals being performed to rid Mrs. Gallery of the cross her husband had become.
We had a boil-up in a droke—a sheltered bunch of trees. We walked for another hour. At the edge of a frozen bog they pointed to a grey-and-white caribou stag.
Origin of droke
Droke is a Canadian dialectic term that has been used since the late 1700s.