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bank1 the ground at the edge of a river or stream. [1/3 definitions]
bayou a stream that moves slowly through a swamp or marsh. Bayous are found in the southern United States.
blast a powerful and sudden gust or stream. [1/6 definitions]
branch a stream or creek. [1/4 definitions]
brook1 a small stream.
creek a stream that is smaller than a river; brook.
dam1 a wall built across a river or stream to keep the water from flowing and to raise the water level behind it. [1/2 definitions]
downstream in the direction that a stream or current is flowing. [2 definitions]
fall (usually plural) a sudden drop in a river or stream that causes water to fall; waterfall. [1/10 definitions]
flow to move in a smooth, steady stream. [2/4 definitions]
geyser a spring that shoots a stream of hot water, steam, or mud into the air from time to time.
gulch a rocky valley with steep sides. A gulch sometimes has a stream running through it.
inlet a bay, stream, or other narrow body of water that leads inland from a shore.
jet1 a stream of liquid or gas shooting from an opening, usually with great pressure. [2/3 definitions]
jet engine an engine that causes forward movement by the power of a stream of gases being forced out under pressure in the opposite direction. Jet engines are often used in aircraft.
jet stream a narrow band of strong, fast wind several miles above the earth's surface. The jet stream usually flows from west to east.
mayfly a delicate insect with two pairs of wings. The mayfly larva may live for several years in a stream, lake, or river. Once it turns into an adult, it lives for only a few hours. [1/2 definitions]
pool1 a deep place in a stream or river. [1/4 definitions]
pour to cause to flow in a steady stream. [1/2 definitions]
rapid (usually plural) a part of a river or stream where the water moves very quickly. [1/4 definitions]
river a large natural stream of water flowing in a particular course toward a lake, ocean, or other body of water. [2 definitions]