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something suggestive of running water

to move freely as a liquid

to come forth or emit in abundance

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

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the act of flowing or streaming

something that resembles a flowing stream in moving continuously

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to extend, wave or float outward, as if in the wind

exude profusely

flow freely and abundantly

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(65) The monk of Wenlock sees the shining walls, infinitely tall and long, of the Celestial Jerusalem ("citra illud flumen speculatur muros fulgentes clarissimi splendoris, stupendae logitudinis et altitudinis inmensae"), but is not even able to gaze at them.
Diversity of mosquitoes in a semiarid environment from San Juan del Flumen (Los Monegros, Huesca, Spain) (Diptera, Culicidae).
Meridionalem constituunt finem amnis Svir, lacus Ladoga, flumen Neva sinusque Fennicus."
One of these, titled "Flumen" - that's the Latin word for "river" - shows what might be colorful single-cell organisms floating in liquid.
Quando ergo quicquid undecunque luridi Puris luisque, pituitae stiriae, Muci atque tabis, faecis atque toxici, Vappaeque rancidae, aut salivae spurcidae, In hanc cloacam confluat sacerrumam, Velut Amphitrites omne flumen in sinus, (Quid expeditius?) venite adsistite Quibus alma curae Faustitas, cordi Salus.
(88.) Vita 4 (MGH SS 15/1.158): "In pago namque Sualafeldonio ipse locus situs est, habens orientali ex parte flumen quod Altmona nuncupatur, piscibus copiosum et maxime bimanes cancros ebulliens navalique mercimonio aptum." Charles Bowlus (Franks, Moravians, and Magyars: The Struggle for the Middle Danube, 788-907 [Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1995], 33-35) discusses the Carolingian expansion into what is modern-day southern Germany.
Each micro-system expanded from its own accentual, prosodic or homophonic center, glitters separately, and resists the cohesion of one rhythmic macro-structure, one flumen orationis.