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scouring-sluice

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from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A short flume or similar device the entrance to which is controlled by gates or valves in such a way that the water of an irrigating-ditch or -canal can be turned through the sluice to scour or wash out sediment accumulated in the ditch.

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