circulate[ sur-kyuh-leyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF circulate
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CIRCULATE
That was how the phrase began to circulate, and what it meant; nothing more.'
After this piece of nautical gallantry, the glass began to circulate.
On the very next morning vague rumours began to circulate in the markets.
The animal is a sort of 'world' to the particles of the blood which circulate in it.
It was, indeed, a realm where this coinage did not circulate.
The fumes of the place seemed to circulate about her unnoticed.
Circulate -us: having a cingulum or collar: see also cinetus.
"The blood's beginning to circulate back," said the Halfbreed.
You will circulate about the town, as sight-seers usually do.
It does the same with soil if permitted to circulate freely through it.