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brook1 a small freshwater stream.
brook2 to tolerate.
brooklet a small brook.
Brooklyn a New York City borough on the western end of Long Island.
brook trout a speckled freshwater trout of eastern North America; speckled trout.
broom a device for sweeping, consisting of a bundle of straw or bristles attached to a long handle. [3 definitions]
broomcorn a cultivated grass variety with stiff-branched flower stalks used in making brooms and brushes.
broomstick the long handle or stick of a broom.
bros. abbreviation of "brothers," two males having one or both parents in common with each other; male siblings.
broth water in which meat, fish, grain, or vegetables have been boiled, often used as a base for soup.
brothel a house where people work as prostitutes.
brother a male having one or both parents in common with another person; male sibling. [4 definitions]
brotherhood the condition or state of being brothers. [4 definitions]
brother-in-law the brother of one's spouse. [3 definitions]
brotherly having or showing affection, kindness, or loyalty.
brougham a four-wheeled, horse-drawn carriage with a closed compartment for passengers and an open driver's seat in front. [3 definitions]
brought past tense and past participle of bring.
brouhaha spirited noise, discussion, or confusion among many people; commotion; hubbub. [2 definitions]
brow the ridge of bone above the eye, or the hair growing on it; eyebrow. [3 definitions]
browbeat to bully or dominate by means of intimidating words or actions; domineer.
brown the color of soil or coffee; a mixture of red and yellow made darker with black. [6 definitions]