Part of speech:
(Archaic) To stray.
To clear of contents by forcing air through.
To put into the water; launch:
To rove over or through.
(Nautical) To veer to leeward from a former course; fall off.
To traverse on foot:
To wander across or through:
To be directed in various directions or at multiple objects:
To wander about in an idle or restless way, as in seeking amusement
To contrive a plan or scheme for; plot:
(Intransitive) To be moved, or to pass, on a buoyant medium; to float.
To move in a leisurely, relaxed way; saunter:
To continue to live or exist although very close to death or the end
To flow is defined as to run or move smoothly.
Design is defined as to prepare or plan something.
Contraction of of course.
Coast means to sail along or near an oceanside, to slide down an incline.
(Intransitive) To form a cluster or group.
To move or extend in a certain direction:
To sail, journey, or move over or about
To travel over, along, or through:
(--- Games) To prearrange the order of (a deck of cards) so as to increase the chance of winning.
To form a heap or pile.
To heap into a raised mass:
To put together in a lump or lumps
Hill is defined as to form or cover with a small mound or pile.
To form or round into a heap, as in measuring.
To move stealthily or unobtrusively
To wash clothes
Increased activity in response to a stimulus:
The cheapest seats in a theater, generally those of the uppermost gallery.
A characteristic likelihood:
A piled-up mass, as of snow or clouds; a heap:
A person or thing toward which an emotion is directed.
Silt, sediment, or mud deposited as by a stream
A line, contour, curve, etc. that gives an impression of flow or movement
A steady current in such a flow of water.
A flowing or flow
The ability or power to move:
(Now Rare) End; purpose
A certain attitude on the part of a speaker or writer conveyed by way of word choice, sentence structure, etc.
Direction; course, as of a current
The definition of spirit is the soul of a living being, a ghost, mood or loyalty.
A zigzag course, or movement in such a course
(Obs.) Favorable inclination; bias (for)
(Of a literary work) Plot; action; construction; manner of development.
Progress is moving forwards towards an end goal, or is making things better or more advanced.
(Physics) The natural attraction between physical bodies, especially when one of the bodies is a celestial body, such as the earth.
The ability to hit a target or intended point:
The central purpose or objective:
A responsibility or duty:
Amount is the combination of two or more numbers.
A sudden, transient increase or oscillation in electric current or voltage.
A rapid, often noisy flow or passage:
A flood tide.
The definition of a tumble is an act of somersaulting, stumbling or falling, or disorder or confusion.
A thick, bushy or tangled mass, as of hair
A disorderly or confused collection or mass of things; jumble; hodgepodge
A heap; mass; pile
A tendency or trend:
(Mining) A drift; gallery
An underground, metropolitan electric railway or the tunnel through which it runs
(Philos.) The direction or orientation of the mind toward an object
The word, phrase, or subject with which the vehicle of a metaphor is identified, as life in
A divergence or deviation, as from an established rule, plan, or procedure:
A steady, smooth onward flow or movement:
The apparent displacement of the position of a celestial body in the direction of motion of an observer on Earth, caused by the motion of Earth and the finite velocity of light.
Divergence from an accepted idea, policy, or norm of behavior:
A course of progress or movement; a route:
The part of an arch or beam that rests on a support.
The arrangement or placement of certain things.
A tendency; inclination; penchant; predilection
The object toward which an endeavor is directed; an end.
The extent or degree of incline from a horizontal or vertical position, course, etc.
Particular direction or tendency; flexion; course.
That which is real or practical in quality or character; practical value:
A sense of importance or purpose:
A purpose; object; aim
A sudden flood, rush, or outpouring:
A natural elevation of the earth's surface having considerable mass, generally steep sides, and a height greater than that of a hill.
To decide is defined as to conclude, settle or make a choice.
To serve as a guide.
In a direct manner; directly
(Nautical) To row a boat.
To exert pressure or force against, esp. so as to move
To guide (a ship or boat) by means of a rudder
The ground is the force, the motion, that causes the object to no longer have inertia and to instead stray from its speed and direction.
To stir the emotions:
To request to be supplied with:
An underground or underwater passage.
A course taken to achieve some end
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