from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. (slang) Having a vehicle's height reduced by lowering the body with respect to the frame rails.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of channel.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having one or more channels; worn into channels; grooved longitudinally; fluted.
- In botany, hollowed out; trough-like; canaliculate: applied to petioles, leaves, etc.
- In entomology, canaliculate; having a central longitudinal furrow.
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The opportunity to observe up-close how and where this energy will be channeled is exciting to me.
During the last glacial period, Lake Missoula filled and burst through its ice dam some 40 times or more, scouring eastern Washington to create what is called the channeled scablands.
Still, the double-edged great sword channeled power exceptionally well.
Those who investigate metaphysical—so-called channeled—solar teachings know that all particulate matter and nonmatter elements contained within this multilevel galaxy are either being uplifted a note or two or are moving downward a note or two on the universal harmonic scale.
So we kind of channeled it through CNN reporter Ed Henry.
The exodus spawned some of spookdom's most outlandish war stories, including one purporting that the CIA "channeled" extra-sensory instructions to the Dalai Lama's oracle monk, detailing a precise escape route.
I challenge Kurtz to identify the groups Michelle "channeled" students into, and which of these are "radical anti-American."
I did it as a 20x30 inch wrap painting, and sort of "channeled" Mel Hunter, Ed Emshwiller and Chesley Bonestell, via my own touches and came up with this.
It will be an evolution, but she certainly gave it a good first try noting, as you did, that at times she kind of channeled Barack Obama.
We think Valerie Auberger and her partner kind of channeled our health teachers when they created Pinky Tree.