Flow synonyms and antonyms

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A flowing movement in a liquid, gas, plasma, or other form of matter, especially one that follows a recognizable course.
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A movement or flow:
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To give the effect of rippling water, as by alternately rising and falling
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To move in or have a spiral or circular course:
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To rise and move in a billowing or swelling manner.
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To change posture or position; stir:
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abundance
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Excessively demonstrative language or behavior.
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To have a common boundary:
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To rise, flow, or gush out in or as in a flood
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To increase in volume or become larger as a result of pressure from within; expand; dilate
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To issue forth
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To emit waste matter
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(Computers) To transmit (audio or video content), especially over the Internet, in small, sequential packets that permit the content to be played continuously as it is being received and without saving it to a hard disk.
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The receding or outgoing tide, occurring between the time when the tide is highest and the time when the following tide is lowest.
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A mode of action or behavior:
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Something that flows out:
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A gradual deviation from an original course, model, method, or intention.
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A pulling or drawing inward.
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To clean (a surface) by means of a stroking motion of a broom or brush.
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To cancel or end a scheduled event, project or course
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(Intransitive) to flow in a very thin stream or drop continuously
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Swirl is defined as to move or cause to move in twisting or spinning motions.
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To issue forth
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To begin to do something or go somewhere; go into action or motion
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A stream or abundant flow:
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Draw through a flue of gasses (smoke) resulting from a combustion process.
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dominant course (suggestive of running water) of successive events or ideas
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A special advantage; an edge:
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The low pressure zone immediately following a rapidly moving object, caused by turbulence
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Competitive action of any kind, especially when prolonged; hence, career; course of life.
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(Intransitive) To move quickly and often secretively; to depart, withdraw, enter, appear, intrude, or escape as if by sliding.
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To flow or move smoothly and easily, as in skating
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(Intransitive) to improve; to become better or more complete.
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Proceed is defined as to continue after stopping.
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(Intransitive) To change from one state to another.
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(Finance) To issue or sell shares in a company (units in a trust) to members of the public, followed by listing on a stock exchange.
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To recur. Often used with around:
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To toss about or roll around
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To remain in the same place or position; stay
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To distribute or spread (something), as if it were a liquid.
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(Intransitive) To make a strong effort for a short period of time.
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To hit with a rapid stream of liquid.
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Spout is defined as to emit, usually a liquid, with force.
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Rush is defined as to suddenly move quickly or to hurry.
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To come into existence:
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To issue forth
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(Intransitive) To leak slowly.
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To enter, depart, or become diffused gradually:
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Emanate is defined as to come from or send forth.
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To have a boundless supply; be superabundant.
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To cause or allow (a substance) to run or fall out of a container.
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(Physics) To coat (a solid surface) with metal atoms by sputtering.
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(Slang) to laugh unexpectedly while drinking, causing drink to exit the nose
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To fill to the brim, upper edge, or top.
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To fall or drop in a cascade
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(Now Rare) To empty; pour out
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To make a sound similar to this:
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To permit the escape, entry, or passage of something through a breach or flaw:
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(Obsolete) To exude.
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(Intransitive) To expire, to come to an end.
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Ooze is defined as to leak slowly, slowly disappear, or to give off or radiate.
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(By extension) To repeat verbatim.
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To spend (money)
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(Basketball) To bounce the ball on the floor with one hand at a time, enabling the player to move with it;
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To pass (a liquid) gradually through small spaces or a porous substance; filter
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To discharge or emit (a liquid or gas, for example) gradually.
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(Intransitive) to appear in large numbers
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Bubble means to make or form into thin balls of liquid or foam, or to make a boiling sound.
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To place or mark a circle around.
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To move in or flow through a circle or circuit:
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(Obsolete) To hurl.
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To move in ripples or with a murmuring sound
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To keep up a circular motion
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(Mil.) To come forth from a narrow or shut-in place into open country
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To overwhelm as with a flood
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(Sports) To put (a ball or shot) into a hole or basket, as in golf or basketball:
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To move quickly in a nervous, restless, or excited fashion; flit.
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A readily fusible glass or enamel used as a base in ceramic work.
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To cover or engulf with a flood; deluge
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To send out officially; to deliver by authority; as, to issue an order; to issue a writ.
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To issue forth
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Present participle of ooze.
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To issue forth
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(Intransitive) To flow, pass or issue in or as a stream; to fall continuously and abundantly; as, the rain pours.
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To arrange in an order
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Present participle of stream.
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To cause to float with the tide; to drive or carry with the tide or stream.
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(Internet slang) To download in a torrent.
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(Degree) To a significant degree.
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(By extension, informal) A longer than expected term without success, particularly in sport.
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To transfer or pour off completely:
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To glide, float, or move steadily through the air
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Arise is defined as to come into existence or to come up, often unexpectedly.
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To get to be; become
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To get by reasoning; deduce or infer
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To bring into being; esp., to create (something original); invent
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To originate, begin, or spring up
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To cause to leap, dart, or come forth suddenly:
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(Skiing) To move the feet apart and point the tips of the skis inward in order to slow down the speed or to facilitate a turn.
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The definition of abound means to have a large amount of something.
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To have the bristles become erect, as in fear or irritation
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To breed quickly
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To be filled or crowded; teem
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(Chiefly Brit.) A flash flood
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In real property, to pass upon or into; of litigation, to file or present to the court—for example, to enter an appearance into the record; of a contract, to enter into it means to sign or execute it.
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In a pretentious or boastful way:
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(Obsolete) To enrich.
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The action of the verb to flow
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The monthly flow of blood and cellular debris from the uterus that begins at puberty in women and the females of certain other primates. In women, menstruation ceases at menopause.
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The material, consisting of blood and cellular debris from the uterus, discharged during menstruation.
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Menstrual discharge; menstruation
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An interval of time characterized by the occurrence of a certain condition, event, or phenomenon:
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the amount of fluid that flows in a given time
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the amount of fluid that flows in a given time
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To experience menstruation or a menstrual period.
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To attach to a wall:
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Fall is defined as to drop or come down, often unexpectedly.
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To supply as a cue:
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The production of chyle
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The quality of being fluid.
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The state of being juicy
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(Finance) The quality of being liquid (easily sold or disposed of).
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The quality or state of being serous.
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To cause to slide or slip:
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The act of flowing or proceeding from a fountain head or origin.
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The passage of a gas under pressure through an orifice whose size is smaller than the mean free path of the gas molecules, as in measuring low vapor pressures
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A downward trend; downturn:
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The definition of a breeze is a gentle wind or something that is easy to do.
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To spout, gush, or shoot out in a stream, as liquid or gas
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To increase the concentration of, separate, or purify by or as if by distillation.
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A current, as of water or air, moving in a direction that is different from that of the main current. Eddies generally involve circular motion; unstable patterns of eddies are often called turbulence .
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To issue forth
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To spring up, as from the soil.
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To go on hands and knees; creep
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