funnel[ fuhn-l ]SEE DEFINITION OF funnel
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FUNNEL
Pour it through a funnel into half-pint bottles, and cork them well.
On the outside the ground slopes away gently from the funnel.
A Prairie-dog hole is shaped like a funnel, going straight down.
She had not a sail aloft nor a plume of smoke in her funnel.
The funnel was freshly painted black with a red band at the top.
"We'll have steam up in an hour," he announced, glancing up at the funnel.
A desolate and lonely craft, the smoke draggled out of her funnel.
The cabin is kept in place by the funnel, which slips off just above the roof.
The road ahead was like a funnel of dust; the road behind was like the tail of a comet.
The smoke tossed out of the funnel was settling down upon her deck.