fluting[ floo-ting ]SEE DEFINITION OF fluting
Synonyms for fluting
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FLUTING
The fluting of the Doric column will thus be finished in the style appropriate to it.
Alice smiled but went on fluting the edge of an apple pie with a fork.
Sliding with the tide, he heard it fluting in the bosom of the hills.
The fluting does not look like its ornament, but its drapery.
Not for her the intricacies of starching and skillful ironing and fluting.
The columns of the temple are unfinished, the fluting has never been done.
The cupping is caused by not adding a sufficient number and the fluting by adding too many.
From the green depths came the fluting of a lone wood-thrush.
I hear the fluting of the wind, and the tinkling of guitars.
Trumpeting and fluting rose early on the morn, as sign that they should ride.