- a valley with steeply sloping sides.
Origin of droke
compare dial. (W England) droke small watercourse, ditch, culvert; further relations unclear
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Examples from the Web for droke
Spying was impossible, so we took shelter in a droke, lit a good fire, boiled the kettle and had lunch.
To the east the view was bounded by Shoe Hill Ridge with its droke standing up against the clear sky.