[ UK /ɹˈɪvjʊlət/ ]
  1. a small stream
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How To Use rivulet In A Sentence

  • The paint was still dribbling slowly in rivulets down the wood.
  • He arrived at length in a narrow and secluded cleuch, or deep ravine, which ran down into the valley, and contributed a scanty rivulet to the supply of the brook with which Glendearg is watered. The Monastery
  • A thin rivulet of blood trickled from a gash in her lip. The Wall « A Fly in Amber
  • The sweat cut little rivulets into her face
  • Unable to even screech before the veil of death fell upon her, Solokar perished instantly, rivulets of green ichor spraying from her wounds.
  • It is possible to swallow, but expect the odd rivulet of saliva to escape down your chin.
  • And though the chorus failed altogether to dull the splashing of the rivulet and the babbling of the by-cut over a bed of stones, it seemed out of place in this particular spot; it aroused resentment against men who could not think of a lay more atune with the particular living, breathing objects around us. Through Russia
  • A small rivulet of blood trailed down the screen.
  • Latrines and showers are damaged, fecal matter is running in rivulets through the camps, and in the worst possible scenario, chorine levels in water distribution systems are running low or are non-existent. Georgianne Nienaber: Flooding Scours the Whitewash From Haiti Aid Efforts
  • A robin red-breast dropt from the frosty branches of the trees, upon the congealed rivulet; its panting breast and half-closed eyes shewed that it was dying: a hawk appeared in the air; sudden fear seized the little creature; it exerted its last strength, throwing itself on its back, raising its talons in impotent defence against its powerful enemy. II.9
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