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Synonyms for plume

Synonyms for plume

to be proud of (oneself), as for an accomplishment or achievement

Synonyms for plume

anything that resembles a feather in shape or lightness

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a feather or cluster of feathers worn as an ornament

be proud of

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deck with a plume

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clean with one's bill

form a plume

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In the middle of the camp, before the principal lodge, sat the two chieftains, Captain Bonneville and White Plume, in soldier-like communion, the captain delighted with the opportunity of meeting on social terms with one of the red warriors of the wilderness, the unsophisticated children of nature.
The feuds of White Plume, however, had not been confined to the red men; he had much to say of brushes with bee hunters, a class of offenders for whom he seemed to cherish a particular abhorrence.
Such were the marauders of whose offences the gallant White Plume made the most bitter complaint.
The data from Rosetta is used along with computer simulations and laboratory work to find out what drives such plumes on comets.
Scientists announce that a form of chemical energy that life can feed on appears to exist on Saturn's moon Enceladus, and researchers also report additional evidence of plumes erupting from Jupiter's moon Europa.
One of the significant challenges towards understanding GDI fuel injector systems is that the injector holes are aligned close to one another, promoting significant interaction between neighboring plumes as well as with all of the plumes as a collective.
Exhaust Plume Analyzer is intended for use by airport sponsors, land use planners and permitting agencies around airports to evaluate the potential flight impacts from existing and planned developments that produce exhaust plumes.
Whale sharks were exposed to plumes composed of either homogenized krill or simple aqueous solutions of dimethyl sulfide (DMS), which is associated with krill aggregations and is used by several pelagic species as a food-finding stimulus.
13 ( ANI ): Researchers have found evidence of water vapor erupting from the frigid surface of Jupiter's moon Europa, in one or more localized plumes near its south pole.
The air movements and temperatures in the plumes and the rest of the room are represented separately at each air layer in a room of seven layers.
That explains the relatively speedy disappearance of giant plumes of subsea oil and gas that jetted from the wellhead and never surfaced.
But Scripps scientists Steve Cande and Dave Stegman have now demonstrated that plumes of magma rising from the Earth's deep interior also play a role in the plates' movements.
There are two plumes that contain high levels of trichloroethene).
Two men were suspected of Black Plumes beating, and one man was brought to trial and found guilty.