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Sentence count:181+2 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-03-24Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: CreekbrookSimilar words: GreekcreepcreedscreendecreedecreedscreechdiscreetMeaning: [kriːk]  n. 1. a natural stream of water smaller than a river (and often a tributary of a river) 2. any member of the Creek Confederacy (especially the Muskogee) formerly living in Georgia and Alabama but now chiefly in Oklahoma. 
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(1) I was really up the creek without my car.
(2) This creek mouths into the sea.
(3) I'm really up the creek without my car.
(4) They'll spend some time floating boats in the creek.
(5) He sprang through the creek.
(6) Follow Austin Creek for a few miles.
(7) One evening, crossing a small creek, he pulled the car off the road.
(8) I'll be up the creek if I don't pass this history test.
(9) Oak Creek is stocked with trout.
(10) Winter along the creek is too hard.
(11) Shoal Creek overflowed its banks Friday.
(12) Matanzas Creek has focused so far on aromatic products.
(13) The creek goes around a bend by the farm.
(14) Smooth stones covered the creek bed.
(15) The pond discharges into Matadero Creek.
(16) Take the right fork signed White Creek.
(17) Creek recently moved to Hope(, Ark.
(18) The extent of the Red Creek ranch is enormous.
(19) Most of them had to cross a creek swollen with winter rains[], and deadly cold with winter ice and snow.
(20) The access to Horrel Creek is through the Pinto Valley mine.
(21) A nail-biting finish, but finally won by Moira Creek at her first attempt and a complete stranger to Pooh culture.
(22) The smell from the creek was enough to make you retch.
(23) If any more people resign, we'll be really up the creek.
(24) It was still light when we arrived at Lalong Creek.
(25) If I don't get my passport by Friday, I'll be up the creek.
(26) They used to take off their clothes and go skinny dipping in the creek.
(27) People sunbathe in the nude on the rocks above the creek.
(28) Eventually it splits, with the left fork going to Shore Creek.
(29) Fish and other organisms have been successively destroyed over large areas of the creek, and surviving fish have become chronically diseased.
(30) Jake exhausted himself romping in and out of Oak Creek.
More similar words: Greekcreepcreedscreendecreedecreedscreechdiscreetscreeningscreenplayscreechingindiscreetdiscreetlysmokescreenseekweekpeekcheeksleekseek outmeeklyweeklyweekdayweekendmeeknesslast weekreedtreefreeagree
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