current[ kur-uhnt, kuhr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF current
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CURRENT
He sat down, rather discontented, and resumed the current of his reflections.
Then there was a current of curses, a swift hissing of invective.
Customers came just then, to change the current of his thoughts.
That speech was like a current of strength to the wretched girl.
The current of cultivated opinion has long set in this direction.
I then tried to see how feeble a current was audible in the telephone.
Their strong horses just held their own against the current.
Alike on week-days and Sundays the current of life flows smoothly.
The whole current of the company's traffic to and fro passed under my eye.
To get to his assistance was impossible; both wind and current were against him.