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free-flowing Line breaks: free-flowing

Definition of free-flowing in English:

adjective

1Moving in a continuous, steady stream: free-flowing traffic
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  • He can now point to the benefits of a free-flowing river.
  • They've also changed two free-flowing rivers into a series of giant slackwater pools.
  • Time will tell whether the Ireland of the future resembles a free-flowing, integrated highway system or the ' Rock Road on a wet Thursday morning.
1.1(Of movement or play in sport) smooth and fluent: a superb display of attacking, free-flowing rugby
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  • She saw a flier advertising "moving with the eyes closed" and showed up excited for a free-flowing dance class.
  • The dancing, while beautifully disciplined, seemed as easy and free-flowing as a warm wind.
  • The playful activities would include babbling, imitation, repetition and exploration of tonal and rhythm patterns along with free-flowing movement.
1.2(Of drink) available in copious quantities: free-flowing champagne
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  • The North By Northeast festival tends to have lots of free-flowing booze.
  • I had always heard rumors about press events: the free-flowing booze, the partying, the fun, the excitement and, of course, the games.
  • You can opt for a half-board hotel and choose your own restaurant, or book into a ski chalet of 10 or 12 rooms where gourmet dining and free-flowing wine are part of the all-in price.

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