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drift to cause to drift; drive into piles. [2/11 definitions]
float to rest, stay, or drift on the surface of a liquid or in the midst of a gas such as air without sinking. [1/14 definitions]
lapse to drift slowly or gradually into or out of a state or mental condition. [1/9 definitions]
leeway in nautical or aeronautical terminology, the drift of a ship or plane from its normal course to a leeward position. [1/2 definitions]
plate tectonics (used with a sing. verb) the geologic theory that the earth's crust consists of several independent plates floating on semiliquid magma, whose constant motion is the cause of continental drift, volcanic eruption, and the like.
snowbank a mound or drift of snow.
tectonic plate any of the several segments of the Earth's crust that move in relation to one another causing such phenomena as continental drift and volcanic eruptions.
tenor the meaning or general sense of something spoken or written; purport; drift. [1/7 definitions]
tide something resembling tidal effects in its ebb and flow, current, drift, or the like. [1/6 definitions]
trail to drift or float away. [1/12 definitions]
waft to float or be carried in air or on water; drift. [1/6 definitions]
wet fly an artificial fishing fly designed to drift below the surface of the water.