Noun(1) a conical shape with a wider and a narrower opening at the two ends(2) a conically shaped utensil having a narrow tube at the small end; used to channel the flow of substances into a container with a small mouth(3) (nautical, especially the smokestack of a ship
Verb(1) move or pour through a funnel
(1) They repainted the ship's funnel and lifeboats, changed its name, then sailed to a rendezvous with a second tanker and transferred most of the cargo before getting clean away.(2) Yet Rome has consistently rowed back the development of liturgy as embodied in a particular time, place and culture and attempted to force language and liturgy through a narrow funnel .(3) The range of ideas explored should feel like a funnel , starting off wide, and narrowing as you go along.(4) Transfer this liquid into a funnel lined with a coffee filter placed over the opening of the culture jar to return the excess fluid to the container.(5) The bright new paintwork on the ship's funnel and wheelhouse stand proud against the murky grey waters of the River Clyde, like a symbol of hope amidst the flotsam and jetsam.(6) He referred to the fact that he also knows at the present time that the cavity opening was like a funnel , narrow at the bottom and wide at the top.(7) He was getting closer to the square now, and his eyes still saw spots from the funnel of light he had followed to the heavens.(8) During the gravity filtration the filtrate passes through the filter medium under the combined forces of gravity and capillary attraction between the liquid and the funnel stem.(9) He attempted to enter the ship by the funnel but nearly went up in a puff of smoke due to the non fire retardant Santa suit.(10) As we walked inside, we saw Dennis coming down the stairs carrying a long tube with a large funnel attached to it.(11) It was first spotted around 10.45 in the morning and early observers described it as a rotating funnel of cloud about thirty feet in diameter.(12) It is a case-actuated system similar to one used by Hornady where a funnel inside the powder die is pushed up by contact with the primed case.(13) I then placed a 5-gallon bucket of water with a teaspoon of dish washing liquid under the funnel .(14) Through the snow outside, he could see the image of the ship's funnel against the sky.(15) However, in an emergency there was a small funnel attached to a tube down the back of the plane, with a short draw curtain around it.(16) a funnel of light fell from a circular ceiling
(1) funnel cloud :: cwmwl twmffat
1. tube ::
2. pipe ::
3. channel ::
4. conduit ::
5. channel ::
6. feed ::
7. direct ::
8. pump ::
9. convey ::
10. move ::
11. pass ::
12. pour ::
13. filter ::
14. trickle down ::
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Different Formsfunnel, funneled, funneling, funnelling, funnels
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