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Correct spelling: flow

Definition of flow:

  1. 1. To bleed from the uterus less profusely than in flooding. 2. The menstrual discharge. 3. The rise in the opsonic index at the beginning of the positive phase.
  2. To cover with water.
  3. A stream; a current; the rise of the tide; abundance; copiousness; free out flow.
  4. To move or run, as a fluid; to melt; to proceed or issue; to abound; to glide along smoothly; to rise, as the tide; to circulate, as the blood; to move in a stream.

Google Ngram Viewer results for flow:

This graph shows how "flow" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Examples of usage for flow:

  1. If it be possible, in dry weather allow a stream of water to flow by their roots, or in any case give liquid manure. –  by
  2. If I do not any longer possess your confidence- if your ideas are changed- there is no occasion to make precious blood flow it will be sufficient to place an adverse vote in the urn. –  by
  3. There was every reason now that Jennie’ s tears should begin to flow –  by

Quotes for flow:

  1. Action and reaction, ebb and flow, trial and error, change- this is the rhythm of living. Out of our over -confidence, fear; out of our fear, clearer vision, fresh hope. And out of hope, progress.
  2. Our greatest evils flow from ourselves.
  3. See that the President, the Cabinet and staff are informed. If cut out of the information flow, their decisions may be poor, not made, or not confidently or persuasively implemented.
  4. The moment we begin to fear the opinions of others and hesitate to tell the truth that is in us, and from motives of policy are silent when we should speak, the divine floods of light and life no longer flow into our souls.
  5. It is my fondest wish that the gift of song that God has given me will flow from my soul to yours and help ease any burden that might weigh upon you.

Rhymes for flow:

  1. au, beau, below, bestow, blow, bordeaux, bow, chateau, co, cousteau, cro, crow, defoe, doe, doh, dough, escrow, floe, foe, forego, forgo, glow, go, gogh, grow, hello, ho, hoe, kayo, know, ko, kowtow, loewe, low, luo, marceau, mo, monroe, mow, munro, o', oh, outgrow, owe, plateau, plough, poe, pro, rho, ro, roe, rondeau, rouleau, row, sew, show, sloe, slow, snow, so, so-so, sow, stow, stowe, tableau, tho, thoreau, though, throw, toe, tow, truffaut, turbot, undergo, woe, beaux, flo, fro, jo, joe, lo, moe, poh, rideau, tableaux, tallyho, tarot, trow, whoa, wo, ngo, strow, boe, coe, giraud, loew, lowe, noe, renaud, rowe, thibault, cloe, margaux, chau, cho, devaux, glo, gro, loh, chateaux, aux, bio, goe, goh, vo, dau, mau, nau, quo, tso, uno, yo, bo, roh, tyo, ow, loe, gau, bro, hoh, koh, noh, cabo, eau, joh, yoe, yoh, gloe, papo, kyo, inco, bowe, escoe, sgro, yau, zoh, perot, peugeot, nouveau;
  2. aglow, ago, although, miro, pernod, arnaud, arnault, renault;
  3. apropos, imo, overflow, ivo, eeo, taekwondo;
  4. celo;