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brooky

[ brook-ee ]
/ ˈbrʊk i /
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adjective, brook·i·er, brook·i·est.

abounding in brooks.

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Origin of brooky

First recorded in 1750–60; brook1 + -y1
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Example sentences from the Web for brooky

  • Wait till my Brooky—our Brooky—has won some handsome, wealthy girl who is worthy of him.

    The Cabinet Minister|Arthur Pinero
  • Just because they were precious glad that Brooky had found his master.

    First in the Field|George Manville Fenn
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