Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having a funnel or funnels; funnel-shaped.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of funnel.
“What if this plan, through all its complexity, provides a channel through which tax dollars are funneled from the poor to an elite few?”
“The bloggers get to keep the advertising revenues, along with traffic that is funneled from the Lonely Planet web site.”
“– The agreement contains a complicated escrow system that may allow the $480 million to be funneled from the Treasury Department to the White House.”
“However, the Sunday Times reports it has documents showing money was funneled from a French company to Maharaj's wife.”
“I'm sure Obama bundled his money with a member of the Weather Underground and "funneled" it to a far-left professor in New York!”
“And y et, they ` re kind of funneled into this system where the real violent criminals, the ones we really need to apprehend and keep under lock and key, the sexual predators, somehow, they ` re all over the country living in thatched huts in clusters and I don ` t know what.”
“As a willing beneficiary of 'funneled' Soros money, Obama shares the same vision as the' dangerous man, 'the leader of the' Armies of the night. ”
“When Obama sat on the board of the JOYCE FOUNDATION, he "funneled" thousands of charity dollars to a guy named John Ayers, who runs a dubious education fund.”
“If you thought donations were 'funneled' to AFT you could have easily checked your facts, by just reading.”
“The taxpayers who challenged the program, who were represented by the American Civil Liberties Union, claimed most of the money has been funneled to organizations that provide grants only to religious education.”
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