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air hole an open place in the frozen surface of a lake, pond, or stream. [1/3 definitions]
bank1 the ground at the edge of a river or stream. [1/6 definitions]
beta ray a stream of beta particles, esp. those with a negative charge.
billabong in Australia, a pool formed by a backwater channel of a stream.
blast a powerful and sudden gust or stream. [1/12 definitions]
bone marrow the the soft fatty tissue at the core of most bones, where many types of blood cells form and mature before entering the blood stream.
branch a stream or creek. [1/6 definitions]
branch water water in or from a stream, creek, brook, or the like. [1/2 definitions]
brook1 a small freshwater stream.
canyon a deep, narrow chasm with steep sides, often with a stream flowing along the bottom.
cathode ray a stream of electrons emitted by a cathode in a vacuum tube.
cathode-ray tube a vacuum tube in which a stream of electrons is accelerated and focused in a beam that produces lighted traces on a screen at one end of the tube, used in television sets, computer monitors, and the like.
channel the bed of a river, stream, or other waterway. [1/8 definitions]
confluence the stream resulting from this joining. [1/3 definitions]
counterstream combined form of stream.
creek a stream, smaller than a river, in some places flowing only after rain falls or snow melts.
CRT abbreviation of "cathode-ray tube," a vacuum tube in which a stream of electrons is accelerated and focused in a beam that produces lighted traces on a screen at one end of the tube, used in television sets, computer monitors, and the like.
douche a stream or jet of water or air directed at or into a part or cavity of the body, in order to cleanse it. [2/5 definitions]
downstream in the direction that a stream or current is flowing. [2/3 definitions]
effluent a stream that flows out of a large body of water; outflow. [1/3 definitions]
electron gun the electron-emitting cathode in a cathode ray tube together with the electromagnetic apparatus that collects and focuses the electron stream.