One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
watercourse, waterway, stream, tributary, brook, inlet, rivulet, rill, runnel, streamlet, freshet
Northern English Scottish informal burn
Northern English beck
British dialect bourn
North American NZ Australian creek
2‘a river of molten lava’
stream, torrent, flood, deluge, cascade
cheat, trick, swindle, defraud, dupe, hoodwink
double-cross, betray, deceive, sell out, stab in the back
exploit, take advantage of
do, con, take for a ride, sell, diddle, bamboozle, finagle, bilk, rip off, fleece
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