any of various speedwells found along brooks, in marshes, etc., as Veronica americana (American brooklime) a creeping plant having leafy stems and loose clusters of small blue flowers.
Flowers Shown to the Children C. E. Smith
Amateur Fish Culture Charles Edward Walker
Acetaria: A Discourse of Sallets John Evelyn
Nature Near London Richard Jefferies
either of two blue-flowered scrophulariaceous trailing plants, Veronica americana of North America or V. beccabunga of Europe and Asia, growing in moist places See also speedwell
a town in E Massachusetts, near Boston. Contemporary Examples Mike Wallace Reconsidered: 6 Revelations From a New Biography The Daily Beast April 9, 2012 Historical Examples Government in the United States James Wilford Garner Letters from Port Royal Various Miss Billy Eleanor H. Porter The Knickerbocker, or New-York Monthly Magazine, May 1844 Various Across the […]
a city in NE Ohio.
Also called speckled trout. a common trout, Salvelinus fontinalis, of eastern North America. brown trout. Historical Examples Much Ado About Peter Jean Webster The Transgression of Andrew Vane Guy Wetmore Carryl Tales of Fishes Zane Grey Amateur Fish Culture Charles Edward Walker Home Taxidermy for Pleasure and Profit Albert B. Farnham Bass, Pike, Perch, and […]
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. v.