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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishflowingflow‧ing /ˈfləʊɪŋ $ ˈfloʊ-/ adjective  1 GRACEFULhanging or moving in a smooth graceful way She had pale skin and dark, flowing hair. long, flowing robes2 continuing in a smooth graceful way, with no sudden changes a flowing melody flowing curves
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flowingA full centralisation of structure and a more flowing and energetic style - often with greater pictorial content - is in evidence.It was coating the flowing brown surface with shimmering, sparkling gold.This is particularly true when articulating curved or flowing forms.the flowing lines of the car's designSteve turned, raised his arm and threw the ball, all in one flowing movement.A hard pelmet can be softened, if necessary, by adding a flowing shape such as a scallop to its lower edge.The cheetah's long flowing strides make it faster than any other animal on earth.I like flowing things, things that flow together and make sense, so that's how I write.The shape of the elongated spiky dorsal fin is reflected in the sweep of the flowing ventral fins.Its distance from the Sun was just right to sustain life, providing the right kind of equable temperatures and flowing water.long, flowing white hair
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