Part of speech:
To scatter fluid onto (a surface) in flying masses; wet, stain, or soil with flying fluid.
A flow of water in a channel or bed, as a brook, rivulet, or small river.
To allow to flow
(Nautical) To relieve the pressure of wind on (a sail).
To send out; to put into circulation; as, to issue notes from a bank.
Flood is defined as to overflow, or put too much liquid into something.
Drench is defined as to soak, or to make an animal swallow a liquid medicine.
To draw off (a liquid) by a gradual process:
Empty is defined as to remove all of something.
To release, as from confinement, care, or duty:
To give or send out (matter or energy):
(Intransitive) To move or match smoothly, gracefully, or continuously.
Water that condenses from water vapor in the atmosphere and falls to Earth as separate drops from clouds. Rain forms primarily in three ways: at weather fronts, when the water vapor in the warmer mass of air cools and condenses; along mountain ranges, when a warm mass of air is forced to rise over a mountain and its water vapor cools and condenses; and by convection in hot climates, when the water vapor in suddenly rising masses of warm air cools and condenses.
A series of chemical or physiological processes that occur in successive stages, each of which is dependent on the preceding one, to produce a culminating effect. The steps involved in the clotting of blood occur as a cascade.
To remove the moisture from; make dry:
In a broad way; showing imagination
To spring up in abundance; teem or swarm
To hurl or throw (missiles):
To discharge (a flowing or spurting liquid); release:
(Medicine) To administer a transfusion of or to:
To vent is to complain about something you are annoyed or angry about in order to relieve some of your anger.
To pour forth liquid:
Rush is defined as to suddenly move quickly or to hurry.
Surge is defined as to quickly and suddenly move as part of a crowd, to increase rapidly and suddenly, or to cause someone to feel sudden and powerful emotions.
(Manner) Accurately, competently, satisfactorily.
To crowd into; fill with a multitude
To walk, go, or pass at a slow, deliberate pace
To be disposed of by sale:
To spread out; diffuse; radiate
To be overrun; teem:
To be full, as though ready to bring forth young; abound; swarm
To pour off gently, as liquor, so as not to disturb the sediment; or to pour from one vessel into another; as, to decant wine.
To come forth; emerge
To overwhelm with a large number or amount; swamp:
To pour out (its waters) at the mouth; empty (itself)
To cover or engulf with a flood; deluge
The liquid so poured.
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