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flowingadjective

uk   /ˈfləʊ.ɪŋ/  us   /ˈfloʊ-/

flowing adjective (MOVING)

moving in one ​direction, ​especiallycontinuously and ​easily: a fast-flowing ​river

flowing adjective (SMOOTH AND CONTINUOUS)

produced in a ​smooth, ​continuous, or ​relaxedstyle: flowing ​movements/​lines I ​thought I ​recognizedyour flowing ​script.

flowing adjective (HANGING DOWN)

Flowing ​hair and ​clothes are ​long and ​hang down ​loosely: I ​remember her as a ​younggirl with flowing ​blackhair. Everyone on ​stage was ​dressed in flowing ​white robes.
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