[ drohk ]
Part of SpeechnounOrigin + Etymology
18th century; English; droke has no established etymology. The dialects of the West Country of England record several nouns featuring a similar sounding word referring to the wooden part of a plow, a ditch, or an underground waterway.
nouna valley with steeply sloping sides
nounA) She watched as the characters in the movie frantically ran towards the droke to duck for cover. B) He peacefully painted in nature, depicting the bunnies frolicking in the droke.
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