Brookable



to bear; suffer; tolerate:
I will brook no interference.
noun
a natural freshwater stream smaller than a river
verb
(transitive; usually used with a negative) to bear; tolerate
noun
Peter (Paul Stephen). born 1925, British stage and film director, noted esp for his experimental work in the theatre
n.
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