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Synonyms for flow

Synonyms for flow

to move freely as a liquid

to pass or pour out

to come forth or emit in abundance

to proceed with ease, especially of expression

to be abundantly filled or richly supplied

something suggestive of running water

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the amount of fluid that flows in a given time

the act of flowing or streaming

something that resembles a flowing stream in moving continuously

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dominant course (suggestive of running water) of successive events or ideas

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the monthly discharge of blood from the uterus of nonpregnant women from puberty to menopause

move or progress freely as if in a stream

be abundantly present

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fall or flow in a certain way

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cover or swamp with water

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undergo menstruation

References in classic literature ?
Henrietta's peculiar scarlet blush flowed rapidly over her cheeks as she flung Agatha's arm away, exclaiming, "How dare you say so
She had swung round to the ebb-- her bow was now towards me--the only lights on board were in the cabin, and what I saw was merely a reflection on the fog of the strong rays that flowed from the stern window.
While my companions wandered here and there gathering flowers and fruit I sat down in a shady place, and, having heartily enjoyed the provisions and the wine I had brought with me, I fell asleep, lulled by the murmur of a clear brook which flowed close by.
There were also in the garden three springs: the first flowed with silver, the second with gold, and the third with pearls.
In the rest of the world the stream of life still flowed as it had flowed for immemorial years.
The stream on which they had thus encamped proved, in effect, to be tributary to the Seeds-ke-dee Agie, or Green River, into which it flowed at some distance to the south.
But, ungrateful as the task was, we set about it with exemplary patience, and after a snail-like progress of an hour or more, had scaled perhaps one half of the distance, when the fever which had left me for a while returned with such violence, and accompanied by so raging a thirst, that it required all the entreaties of Toby to prevent me from losing all the fruits of my late exertion, by precipitating myself madly down the cliffs we had just climbed, in quest of the water which flowed so temptingly at their base.
I edged farther into the shadow that I might find a hold upon the bank; but, though I proceeded several yards, I touched nothing; and then, finding that I would soon reach a point from where I could no longer see the black man, I was compelled to remain where I was, holding my position as best I could by paddling strongly against the current which flowed from beneath the rocky mass behind me.