Definition of Flowages

1. Noun. (plural of flowage) ¹

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Definition of Flowages

1. flowage [n] - See also: flowage

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Flowages

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flow karyotyping
flow of air
flow of attention
flow off
flow out
flow rate
flow sheet
flow variable
flow variables
flow void
flowages (current term)
flower-cup fern

Literary usage of Flowages

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1. The New England Farmer by Samuel W. Cole (1861)
"flowages.—We are informed, by letter and otherwise, that the proprietors of the dam across the Concord River at North Billerica, have been busily engaged in ..."

2. Judicial and Statutory Definitions of Words and Phrases by West Publishing Company (1914)
"... "reserving" the right of building a dam, together with the ris-'lit of flowages. and "also reserving" an acre of laud at the east end of the ..."

3. Sporting Firearms of Today in Use by Paul Allan Curtis (1922)
"... shore around to camp, for due to the flowages and bogs along its edge, they would have often traveled fifty miles or more to do ten as the crow flies. ..."

4. HIV/Aids Policy in Hawaii by James Lumeng (1992)
"For reservoirs and flowages, the OHW is the operating elevation of the normal summer pool. Some projects will not require permits from the Department of ..."

5. Report by Connecticut State Dept. of Health (1889)
"Williston will contain the digested results of the statistics, relating to the rain fall, drainage areas, and flowages of the principal streams, ..."

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