flow´ing|ness

flow|ing «FLOH ihng», adjective.
1. moving in a current or stream: »

flowing water.

2. Figurative. moving easily or smoothly: »

flowing verse, a flowing movement in a dance.

3. hanging loosely: »

flowing robes.

flow´ing|ly, adverb.
flow´ing|nessnoun.

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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