Then they took their way under the trees, alongside the little Longchamp rivulet.
It was far away in the northern wilderness, east of the Mississippi, which majestic stream had there dwindled into a rivulet.
The rivulet was no longer green, but a clear, transparent crystal.
It was situated in a kloof of the mountain down which a rivulet flowed.
Chilcompton, a village picturesquely situated at the bottom of a valley through which flows a rivulet.
A ravine down the surface of a cliff; a rivulet through a ravine.
While the tent lines were being stretched, the gentleman of the party came to the rivulet near us to angle for his supper.
After that he wandered about hunting for water—a rivulet, a puddle, anything.
It is a shallow view which has no interest to spare for the rivulet because it is not yet a river.
Men more often resemble the stagnant water than the rivulet.
1580s, from Italian rivoletto, diminutive of rivolo, itself a diminutive of rivo "brook," from Latin rivus "stream, brook," from PIE *reiwos, literally "that which flows," from root *reie- "to flow, run" (see Rhine).