[ lin-brook ]
/ ˈlɪnˌbrʊk /
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a village on W Long Island, in SE New York.
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How to use Lynbrook in a sentence
He went away exasperated by her inconsequence, and bills from Lynbrook continued to pour in on him.
For some time past he had known that he ought to go back to Lynbrook, but he had not known how to tell Bessy that he was coming.
When she turned her mare toward Lynbrook, the longing to see Amherst was again uppermost.
It seemed to Amherst that all means of manifesting the finer impulses must slowly wither in the Lynbrook air.
Still, he could not forget the last bitter hours, or change his opinion as to the futility of attempting to remain at Lynbrook.