1. murky, obscure, totally unclear. 2. to make muddy or turbid; confuse. 3. dirty, soil, slander, obscure. 4. soft wet earth.
1. the blossom of a plant. 2. to produce, blossom; come into full bloom. 3. the period of highest development; the peak. 4. the highest example or best representative. 5. natural development or outgrowth. 6. to develop naturally or fully; mature: His artistic talents flowered. 7. to come into ones finest and fairest condition. 8. the period of greatest development, expression, prosperity and productivity. 9. the finest or most flourishing state, as of being, beauty or life. 10. the best or finest part of a number, body, or whole: they are the flower of world youth.
1. a continuous movement of something abundant; a flow of words. 2. to hang loosely. 3. any gentle, gradual movement or procedure of thought, diction, art, music, or the like, resembling the quiet, steady movement of a river; a continuous stream.
1. one who is open and flows; when the doer disappears into the deed, the artist into the art, the non action of becoming pure grace.
The flower into the flow...
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