Runlet

Part of speech: noun

Same as Rundlet.

Part of speech: noun

A little stream; rivulet.

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Usage examples "runlet":

  1. A small runlet here trickled down the kloof in a chain of water- holes. - "Harley Greenoak's Charge", Bertram Mitford.
  2. It looked dangerously steep and there was no evidence of a path, but Dick went down, following a runlet of water, and now and again catching at the grass and stones to check his descent. - "Johnstone of the Border", Harold Bindloss.
  3. He found the spot where Jim had left his punt; there was a little runlet of water down the bank that fixed it, and he stepped off the distance to the level sand above. - "Partners of the Out-Trail", Harold Bindloss.