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-agogue a substance that encourages the secretion or flow of. [1/2 definitions]
airflow a flow of air, esp. around a moving vehicle, missile, or the like.
airy open to the flow of air; breezy. [1/5 definitions]
arteriosclerosis a chronic disease of the arteries in which inelastic and thickened vessel walls reduce blood flow.
balance of payments the difference between a nation's payments to another nation and its receipts from the other nation, including imports, exports, and other flow of capital.
barrage a man-made obstruction placed in a waterway to slow the flow or increase the depth of the water; dam. [1/3 definitions]
basalt a dense, fine-grained, dark-colored igneous rock created by lava flow that is rich in minerals containing magnesium and iron. The most common igneous rock on the Earth's surface due to its high abundance on the ocean floor.
blowpipe a metal tube through which air or gas is forced in a controlled flow into a flame to concentrate and intensify its heat. [1/3 definitions]
brawl to flow in a noisy way, as water. [1/3 definitions]
breathe to be exposed to the flow of the air. [2/10 definitions]
bypass in medicine, the operation by which an alternative route of flow is created in order to avoid a blocked or diseased organ or part of such an organ. [2/5 definitions]
cascade to cause to fall or flow in a cascade. [1/5 definitions]
chi2 vital energy that, according to Taoist and other Chinese philosophies, is inherent in all things and whose free and balanced flow around the body is the basis of good health.
choke to enrich the fuel mixture of (an internal-combustion engine) by reducing the flow of air to the carburetor. [1/9 definitions]
circulate to move or flow continuously along a closed path or system. [2/4 definitions]
clepsydra an ancient device that measured the passage of time by means of a regulated flow of water through an opening; water clock.
cock1 a device like a faucet for regulating the flow of a liquid or gas. [1/8 definitions]
consonant a sound in a language made by constricting or diverting the flow of air through the mouth using the tongue, teeth, lips, or other speech organs. The sounds represented by the letters "d," "k," "b," "s," and "m" are examples of consonants in English. [1/6 definitions]
coulee a running or solidified lava flow. [1/2 definitions]
current the flow of electricity in a conductor. [1/5 definitions]
dam1 a barrier built usu. across a waterway to restrict flow and raise the water level. [1/4 definitions]