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flog to beat harshly with a whip or rod.
flood an overflowing of water onto land that is not normally under water. [8 definitions]
flooded overly full of or entirely covered by unwanted water.
floodgate a gate, as in a canal, used to control a flow or level of water. [2 definitions]
flooding the flowing of great amounts of water over a normally dry area, often causing damage.
flood lamp a floodlight, esp. one used in a television or photography studio.
floodlight an electric lamp that casts a strong beam of light over a wide area. [3 definitions]
flood plain a wide, flat area of land adjacent to a river that overflows its banks periodically.
flood tide the inflowing tide; rising tide. [3 definitions]
floodwater (often pl.) water covering normally dry land as a result of flooding.
floor the lowest surface in a room, on which one stands. [9 definitions]
floorage floor space.
floorboard a board or plank in a floor. [2 definitions]
floor exercise any of various athletic events or routines, such as tumbling, performed on a floor mat. [2 definitions]
flooring a floor or floors. [2 definitions]
floor leader the legislator chosen by fellow party members to direct party actions on the floor of a legislative assembly, esp. in the U.S. Congress.
floor-length extending to the floor, as a skirt, dress, or robe; full-length.
floor plan a scale drawing of a room or one floor of a building, as seen from above.
floor show a program of entertainment in a nightclub.
floorwalker an employee in a large store who supervises salespeople and aids customers.
flop to fall down or over in a limp or heavy manner. [8 definitions]