Definitions

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  • noun Attributive form of creek bed

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Examples

  • Here we had carried many loads of gravel from the creek-bed, so that it was dry and warm, a pleasant basking place; and here, one afternoon, I was drowsing, half asleep, over a volume of Mendenhall. 4 I was so comfortable and secure that even his flaming lyrics failed to stir me.

    Chapter 20: A Lost Oligarch

  • He walked for miles, around knolls, over ridges and through canyons, and finally covered the trail in the running water of a creek-bed.

    Chapter 20: A Lost Oligarch

  • This threw him into a panic, and he turned and ran up the creek-bed along the old, dim trail.

    To Build A Fire

  • He stood and studied the creek-bed and its banks, and decided that the flow of water came from the right.

    To Build a Fire

  • This threw him into a panic, and he turned and ran up the creek-bed along the old, dim trail.

    To Build a Fire

  • The dog dropped in again at his heels, with a tail drooping discouragement, as the man swung along the creek-bed.

    To Build A Fire

  • I took one step and the two pointer appeared out of the creek-bed again ... could the Gentic Giants be nearby?

    I am a glutton for hunting and war stories. Here is your chance to tell one or two.

  • I took one step and the two pointer appeared out of the creek-bed again ... could the Gentic Giants be nearby?

    I am a glutton for hunting and war stories. Here is your chance to tell one or two.

  • He stood and studied the creek-bed and its banks, and decided that the flow of water came from the right.

    To Build A Fire

  • The dog dropped in again at his heels, with a tail drooping discouragement, as the man swung along the creek-bed.

    To Build a Fire

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