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See definition of flutings on Dictionary.com
  • as inchannel
  • as infurrow
  • as ingroove

synonyms for flutings

  • avenue
  • carrier
  • means
  • medium
  • route
  • tunnel
  • approach
  • aqueduct
  • arroyo
  • artery
  • canal
  • canyon
  • chamber
  • chase
  • conduit
  • course
  • dig
  • ditch
  • duct
  • fluting
  • furrow
  • gouge
  • groove
  • gully
  • gutter
  • main
  • pass
  • passage
  • pipe
  • raceway
  • runway
  • sewer
  • slit
  • sound
  • strait
  • tideway
  • trough
  • tube
  • vein
  • watercourse
  • way
  • channel
  • corrugation
  • crease
  • crinkle
  • dike
  • fluting
  • fold
  • groove
  • gutter
  • hollow
  • line
  • plica
  • rabbet
  • ridge
  • ruck
  • rut
  • seam
  • trench
  • wrinkle
  • crow's-foot
  • rimple
  • rivel
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antonyms for flutings

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  • denial
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      How to use flutings in a sentence

      A song sparrow was singing out by the road, and the thin, sweet flutings of a Peabody came from the pasture.
      THE IDYL OF TWIN FIRESWALTER PRICHARD EATON
      The flutings are cut in the stone, but not through: the tallest stands alone, and leans to the south.
      THE BOOK OF CURIOSITIESI. PLATTS
      Slender waterfalls glide down their precipitous fronts, like silver threads, guided by the basalt flutings.
      MOUNT RAINIERVARIOUS
      A similar bar is applied beneath the rollers, to keep the flutings clean.
      A DICTIONARY OF ARTS, MANUFACTURES AND MINESANDREW URE
      They are forty-eight feet in height and nearly five feet in diameter, while their flutings are nine inches across.
      ROMAN MOSAICSHUGH MACMILLAN
      By each side of the backbone he had three chamferings, or flutings, that were distinguished by inflected interstices.
      SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN SUPPLEMENT, NO. 460, OCTOBER 25, 1884VARIOUS
      Agnese there are two columns of this marble, the flutings of which are remarkable for their cabled divisions.
      ROMAN MOSAICSHUGH MACMILLAN
      Limpid and liquid cadenzas, mellow flutings, and the sweet treble of infancy met and danced and piped in the airy soundings.
      THE CROCK OF GOLDJAMES STEPHENS
      The body of the vase 98 begins with wide flutings between the tops of which are shells and seaweed.
      PRESENTATION PIECES IN THE MUSEUM OF HISTORY AND TECHNOLOGYMARGARET BROWN KLAPTHOR
      These columns are enriched with zigzag, lattice, spiral, and vertical flutings.
      ENGLAND, PICTURESQUE AND DESCRIPTIVEJOEL COOK
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