[ drohk ]
/ droʊk /
noun Canadian (chiefly Atlantic Provinces and Northwest Territories).
a valley with steeply sloping sides.
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Origin of droke
compare dial. (W England) droke small watercourse, ditch, culvert; further relations unclear
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Example sentences from the Web for droke
To the east the view was bounded by Shoe Hill Ridge with its droke standing up against the clear sky.
Spying was impossible, so we took shelter in a droke, lit a good fire, boiled the kettle and had lunch.