n.) A very small brook; a streamlet.
v. i.) To run a small stream.
The water in this rill is very clean.
A ditch diverted water from the rill into the fields.
There is a rill system carrying water to the plants.
The old orchard has a rill and seasonal pond.
A bridge spanned the rill.
All of them were stirred by the news and rilled the streets up to the very palace of Pilate.
The garden has a rill running through it.
The hospital’s healing garden has a rill, a water feature that includes a channel.
A winding shallow stream or rill runs down the length in sinuous curves from a fountain.
A small rill runs down the middle of the valley.
A rill runs between split rocks, framing the heart of the garden and sweeping curved feature bench.
The wall has a rill running down the top with water flowing down and into a channel at floor level.
Rills and gullies further concentrate runoff and speed up its transfer, which can worsen damage occurring downstream.
The maternal love is a rill, when the brook brook rivulet moistens our heart ~.
From a practical standpoint, rill erosion forms small channels.
There is a spare toilet rill in the bathroom cupboard.
The surface shows deep rill – like folds.