Definition of Abrooke
1. to brook [v ABROOKED, ABROOKING, ABROOKES] - See also: brook
Lexicographical Neighbors of Abrooke
Literary usage of Abrooke
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Publications of the Harleian Society by Harleian Society (1892)
"... Essex, Grazier, Bach', ab* 28, & Elizabeth abrooke, of Brentwood in sd co., Sp', ab* 25, at own disp. ; alleged Leonard's, Eastcheap, Lond. ..."
2. Allegations for Marriage Licences Issued by the Bishop of London, 1520 to  by Joseph Lemuel Chester, Church of England Diocese of London (1887)
"Oct. 17 George Cleave, Vintner, & Alice abrooke, widow of William abrooke, Drywood, late of S1 Catherine Cree Church, Linen Draper, decd £ of late of Dornie ..."
3. Publications by Shakespeare Society (Great Britain) (1853)
"... That my poore Lady should come by this way, In shamefull penance wandring in the streetes, Sweete Nell, ill can thy noble minde abrooke, ..."
4. The History of Massachusetts by John Stetson Barry (1856)
"3. time to time, when the House took the matter in hand, and a party was sent to Norridgewock, under Colonel Thomas West- abrooke, who returned with the ..."
5. A Digest of the Laws of England by John Comyns, Anthony Hammond (1822)
"East-' abrooke, 4 Ves. 146. 11. Where a wife was emitted to a share upon the distribution of an intestate's effects, and resident in Prussia, by the laws of ..."