Creek synonyms

krēk, krĭk

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The definition of a stream is a steady movement or flow of liquid.
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A small stream, usually not so large as a river
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A stream or river.
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A small stream; rivulet
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A creek; a body of water; a channel or arm of the sea.
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A division of a business or other organization.
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(Electronics) A connection between initiating and terminating nodes of a circuit.
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A small brook or stream; a streamlet.
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A rivulet; a brook.
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An ocean inlet also fed by fresh river water.
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A curve in a river, coastline, etc.
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A sensation of intense heat, stinging pain, or irritation:
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(UK) A fellow; a man.
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A narrow strip of water extending into a body of land from a river, lake, ocean, etc.; small bay or creek
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A large group of sentient beings distinguished from others on the basis of a common heritage (compare species, subspecies).
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A long, narrow, wedge-shaped inlet, uniformly widening and deepening toward the sea
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(Planetology) Alternative form of rille.
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A small water course or gutter.
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For names of South American rivers, see the specific element; for example, Plata, Río de la, or Roosevelt, Rio.
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(Archaic) A wine measure, equivalent to 18 gallons.
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A prohibitionist.
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A deep gully cut by an intermittent stream; a dry gulch.
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Bay means a section of a house or window in architecture.
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A body of water, such as a creek or small river, that is a tributary of a larger body of water.
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A destination; a goal.
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A member of any of the North American Indian groups that separated from the Creek Confederacy in the 18th cent. and migrated to Florida: now living in S Florida & Oklahoma
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Spring means a source of water from the ground, particularly a very small pond.
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Find another word for creek. In this page you can discover 35 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for creek, like: stream, brook, watercourse, streamlet, river, kill, branch, crick, channel, rivulet and runnel.