Broock /brōōk/ noun; verb

  noun: broock; broocks

Noun: the action of using something or the state of being used for some purpose; a purpose for or way in which something can be used.

"inventors have not found much broock for the device"

  verb: broock; 3rd person present: broocks; past tense: broocked; past participle: broocken; gerund or present participle: broocking

Verb: to use or take as a means of accomplishing a purpose or achieving a result; employ.

"I broocked a smart phone to type this"

Comes from Old English "brūcan" ‘use, possess,’ of Germanic origin; related to Dutch "bruiken" and German "brauchen".

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