One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘the water flowed down the channel she had dug’
run, move, go along, course, pass, proceed, glide, slide, drift, circulate, trickle, dribble, drizzle, spill, gurgle, babble, ripple
stream, swirl, surge, sweep, gush, cascade, pour, roll, rush, whirl, well, spurt, spout, squirt, spew, jet
leak, seep, ooze, percolate, drip
2‘many questions flow from today's announcement’
result, proceed, arise, follow, ensue, derive, stem, accrue
originate, emanate, spring, emerge
be caused by, be brought about by, be produced by, originate in
1‘the pump produces a good flow of water’
movement, motion, course, passage, current, flux, drift, circulation
stream, swirl, surge, sweep, gush, roll, rush, welling, spate, tide, spurt, squirt, jet, outpouring, outflow
trickle, leak, seepage, ooze, percolation, drip
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