Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of flowing.

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Examples

  • Just in time for? uestlove of the Legendary Roots Crew to hit the DJ Booth to keep the vibes flowings.

    Salters Scene: Fela! On Broadway Original Cast Recording Release Party «

  • But who would wish to drain off or dry up a refreshing current, because it now-and-then puts us to some little inconvenience by its over-flowings?

    Clarissa Harlowe

  • The heart, both of the master and the man, were alike subject to sudden over-flowings; — a short silence ensued.

    The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman

  • The heart, both of the master and the man, were alike subject to sudden over-flowings; — a short silence ensued.

    The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman

  • Scott Fitzgerald traced the ebbings and flowings of several of his breakdowns, describing in the process the backing off from friends and social ties of all sorts, endless and fearful sleeping, obsessive list making, the great effort required for even the slightest of everyday transactions, and the frenetic pace that led up to the “cracking”:

    Touched with Fire

  • Scott Fitzgerald traced the ebbings and flowings of several of his breakdowns, describing in the process the backing off from friends and social ties of all sorts, endless and fearful sleeping, obsessive list making, the great effort required for even the slightest of everyday transactions, and the frenetic pace that led up to the “cracking”:

    Touched with Fire

  • Scott Fitzgerald traced the ebbings and flowings of several of his breakdowns, describing in the process the backing off from friends and social ties of all sorts, endless and fearful sleeping, obsessive list making, the great effort required for even the slightest of everyday transactions, and the frenetic pace that led up to the “cracking”:

    Touched with Fire

  • Scott Fitzgerald traced the ebbings and flowings of several of his breakdowns, describing in the process the backing off from friends and social ties of all sorts, endless and fearful sleeping, obsessive list making, the great effort required for even the slightest of everyday transactions, and the frenetic pace that led up to the “cracking”:

    Touched with Fire

  • - H3r - time, they Queis meliore luto finxit praecordia Titan {146}, are better content to suppresse the out-flowings of their wit, then by publishing them, to be accounted Knights of the same order.

    Defence of Poesie

  • But I am exposed on the shore, at another time on the ocean's surge, borne about by many ebbings and flowings of the waves, unwept, unburied; but at present I am hastening on my dear mother's account, having left my body, borne aloft this day already the third, [3] for so long has my wretched mother been present in this territory of the Chersonese from Troy.

    The Tragedies of Euripides, Volume I.

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