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Synonyms for circulate

to move freely as a liquid

to become known far and wide

to pass (something) out

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When this news began to circulate through the village, blended with the fate of Jotham, and the exaggerated and tortured reports of the events on the hill, the popular opinion was freely expressed, as to the propriety of seizing such of the fugitives as remained within reach.
Let me circulate my blood and rouse my ingenuity, by taking to the road again.
I'm going West--give me a few copies--let me help to circulate them--for the sake of outraged society, let me help to circulate them.
The previous evening each furnace had been charged with 114,000 pounds weight of metal in bars disposed cross-ways to each other, so as to allow the hot air to circulate freely between them.
My residence was more favorable, not only to thought, but to serious reading, than a university; and though I was beyond the range of the ordinary circulating library, I had more than ever come within the influence of those books which circulate round the world, whose sentences were first written on bark, and are now merely copied from time to time on to linen paper.
Suffer THAT to circulate, let your spirits be never so stagnant.
Makes any statement or circulates or assists in circulating any false rumor for the purpose of injuring the financial standing of any bank; or
After spray-up, the table is moved into the press, which closes and circulates hot air through the preform, melting the binder.
Its sister publication, El Mundo, circulates over 250,000 copies and is the oldest afternoon newspaper in the country.
Blood with the enriched hemoglobin then circulates through the body.
Founded in 1896, La Gazzetta dello Sport circulates over 500,000 copies and is read by over three million readers daily.
and the University of California, San Diego, has found a way to channel the emitted laser light into a beam without greatly degrading the quality of the disk in which the light initially circulates.
Most naturally occurring IGF-I circulates in the body complexed with BP3 and plays a key role in diverse biological processes, including tissue repair, organ function, and muscle and bone formation," said Andreas Sommer, Ph.