copious+flow

  • 1 flow — vb issue, emanate, proceed, stem, derive, *spring, arise, rise, originate Analogous words: emerge, *appear, loom: start, *begin, commence flow n Flow, stream, current, flood, tide, flux are comparable when meaning something issuing or moving in a …

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  • 2 Flow — (fl[=o]), v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Flowed} (fl[=o]d); p. pr. & vb. n. {Flowing}.] [AS. fl[=o]wan; akin to D. vloeijen, OHG. flawen to wash, Icel. fl[=o]a to deluge, Gr. plw ein to float, sail, and prob. ultimately to E. float, fleet. [root]80. Cf.… …

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  • 3 flow — v. & n. v.intr. 1 glide along as a stream (the Thames flows under London Bridge). 2 a (of a liquid, esp. water) gush out; spring. b (of blood, liquid, etc.) be spilt. 3 (of blood, money, electric current, etc.) circulate. 4 (of people or things)… …

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  • 4 flow — I. v. n. 1. Stream, run, pour, roll on, sweep along. 2. Melt, liquefy, be molten, deliquesce. 3. Issue, emanate, proceed, come, grow, arise, follow, spring, result, be derived. 4. Glide, move along easily or smoothly. 5. Wave, float, undulate,… …

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  • 5 ample — ampleness, n. /am peuhl/, adj., ampler, amplest. 1. fully sufficient or more than adequate for the purpose or needs; plentiful; enough: an ample supply of water; ample time to finish. 2. of sufficient or abundant measure; liberal; copious: an… …

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  • 6 eye disease — Introduction  any of the diseases or disorders that affect the human eye (eye, human).       This article briefly describes the more common diseases of the eye and its associated structures, the methods used in examination and diagnosis, and the… …

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  • 7 gush — gushingly, adv. /gush/, v.i. 1. to flow out or issue suddenly, copiously, or forcibly, as a fluid from confinement: Water gushed from the broken pipe. 2. to express oneself extravagantly or emotionally; talk effusively: She gushed with pride over …

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  • 8 river — river1 riverless, adj. riverlike, adj. /riv euhr/, n. 1. a natural stream of water of fairly large size flowing in a definite course or channel or series of diverging and converging channels. 2. a similar stream of something other than water: a… …

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  • 9 gush — I. verb Etymology: Middle English guschen Date: 15th century intransitive verb 1. to issue copiously or violently 2. to emit a sudden copious flow 3. to make an effusive display of affection or enthusiasm < an aunt gushing over the baby > transi …

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  • 10 gush — [[t]gʌʃ[/t]] v. i. 1) to flow out or issue suddenly, copiously, or forcibly, as a fluid from confinement; pour 2) to express oneself extravagantly or emotionally; talk effusively 3) to have a sudden copious flow, as of blood or tears 4) to emit… …

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  • 11 gush — /gʌʃ / (say gush) verb (i) 1. to issue with force, as a fluid escaping from confinement; flow suddenly and copiously. 2. to express oneself extravagantly or emotionally; talk effusively. 3. to have a copious flow of something, as of blood, tears …

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  • 12 flux — 1. The discharge of a fluid material in large amount from a cavity or surface of the body. SEE ALSO: diarrhea. 2. Material discharged from the bowels. 3. A material used to remove oxides from the surface of molten metal …

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  • 13 river — n. 1 a copious natural stream of water flowing in a channel to the sea or a lake etc. 2 a copious flow (a river of lava; rivers of blood). 3 (attrib.) (in the names of animals, plants, etc.) living in or associated with the river. Phrases and… …

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  • 14 hormone — hormonal, hormonic /hawr mon ik, moh nik/, adj. /hawr mohn/, n. 1. Biochem. any of various internally secreted compounds, as insulin or thyroxine, formed in endocrine glands, that affect the functions of specifically receptive organs or tissues… …

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  • 15 Clotho nasicornis — River Riv er, n. [F. riv[ e]re a river, LL. riparia river, bank of a river, fr. L. riparius belonging to a bank or shore, fr. ripa a bank or shore; of uncertain origin. Cf. {Arrive}, {Riparian}.] 1. A large stream of water flowing in a bed or… …

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  • 16 River — Riv er, n. [F. riv[ e]re a river, LL. riparia river, bank of a river, fr. L. riparius belonging to a bank or shore, fr. ripa a bank or shore; of uncertain origin. Cf. {Arrive}, {Riparian}.] 1. A large stream of water flowing in a bed or channel… …

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  • 17 River chub — River Riv er, n. [F. riv[ e]re a river, LL. riparia river, bank of a river, fr. L. riparius belonging to a bank or shore, fr. ripa a bank or shore; of uncertain origin. Cf. {Arrive}, {Riparian}.] 1. A large stream of water flowing in a bed or… …

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  • 18 River crab — River Riv er, n. [F. riv[ e]re a river, LL. riparia river, bank of a river, fr. L. riparius belonging to a bank or shore, fr. ripa a bank or shore; of uncertain origin. Cf. {Arrive}, {Riparian}.] 1. A large stream of water flowing in a bed or… …

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  • 19 River dragon — River Riv er, n. [F. riv[ e]re a river, LL. riparia river, bank of a river, fr. L. riparius belonging to a bank or shore, fr. ripa a bank or shore; of uncertain origin. Cf. {Arrive}, {Riparian}.] 1. A large stream of water flowing in a bed or… …

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  • 20 River driver — River Riv er, n. [F. riv[ e]re a river, LL. riparia river, bank of a river, fr. L. riparius belonging to a bank or shore, fr. ripa a bank or shore; of uncertain origin. Cf. {Arrive}, {Riparian}.] 1. A large stream of water flowing in a bed or… …

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