sluice


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Synonyms for sluice

Synonyms for sluice

conduit that carries a rapid flow of water controlled by a sluicegate

pour as if from a sluice

irrigate with water from a sluice

transport in or send down a sluice

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draw through a sluice

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Nagaina came to the bathroom sluice and called for Nag," Darzee went on, "and Nag came out on the end of a stick--the sweeper picked him up on the end of a stick and threw him upon the rubbish heap.
The 228kg (504lb) bell at the seafront church of St Paul's in Seaton Sluice has become surplus because of corrosion damage to supporting girders.
5 hundredweight bell at the seafront church of St Paul's in Seaton Sluice has become surplus because of corrosion damage to supporting girders.
A BUILDER jemmied open a sluice gate to protect his own home from flooding, but swamped an entire village instead, a court heard.
Councillor Martin Mullaney, cabinet member for leisure, sport and culture, said that before the de-silting process could start, work to replace three broken sluice gates, is expected to be completed by the end of March.
Sukhumbhand Paribatra on Tuesday warned two industrial estates in eastern Bangkok that they are at risk of flooding as the metropolitan government in Bangkok has been ordered to open canal sluice gates to alleviate flooding in upstream communities.
The stretch of water where the tragedy happened has sluice gates at either end and is a popular spot for anglers,who purchase day tickets to fish at the site.
An inspection of a discharge sluice at a nuclear power station in the UK found the concrete to be suffering from severe deterioration due to acid attack.
This method involves a scrub brush, a sluice screen, a bucket of ore, and a sluiceway, which is a long wooden trough with running water.
Culicover and Jackendoff 2005), a fact straightforwardly captured on a theory that projects syntactic reconstruction of a sluice.
Heavy fighting followed the closure by the Tamil Tigers last month of sluice gates at Mavilaru, which deprived thousands of farmers in government-controlled areas of water.
The Massingir Dam project in the Southern Gaza province, which will see the construction of 15-metre-tall sluice gates on the Olifants River, a tributary of the Limpopo, poses a threat to the biodiversity of a nearby gorge ecosystem, according to a small group of game rangers who are attempting to bring international attention to the project.
Nicholas Jordan, 16, was alleged to have broken into the 200-year-old Venachar Dam, in Callander, Perthshire, and cranked open three cast iron sluice gates.