Definition of Counterflows

1. Noun. (plural of counterflow) ¹



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Definition of Counterflows

1. counterflow [n] - See also: counterflow

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Counterflows

counterfeitress
counterfeitresses
counterfeits
counterfeminist
counterfeminists
counterfesance
counterfigure
counterfigures
counterfire
counterfires
counterflashing
counterfleury
counterflory
counterflow
counterflowing
counterflows (current term)
counterfoil
counterfoils
counterforce
counterforces
counterfort
counterforts
countergambit
countergambits
countergesture
countergestures
counterglow
counterglows
counterguard
counterguards

Literary usage of Counterflows

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1. The Socius of Architecture: Amsterdam, Tokyo, New York by Arie Graafland (2000)
"This is also applicable to the counterflows, because little in the social flows in the same ... They are these counterflows which require our attention. ..."

2. Physics of the Air by William Jackson Humphreys (1920)
"... with, of course, counterflows elsewhere and subsequent readjustments of the level of the isothermal region as temperature and other conditions changed. ..."

3. Bulletin by United States Weather Bureau (1895)
"The thunderstorms and local storms of summer are associated with the southeast quadrant merely because the counterflows from the adjacent highs meet ..."

4. Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (1898)
"talent licat or local overheating at the surface may assist this movement, but is not essential to it; that long horizontal counterflows, due primarily to ..."

5. Summarized Proceedings ... and a Directory of Members (1898)
"... that long horizontal counterflows, due primarily to interchange in the cumulus stratum between the warm air of the tropics and the cold air of the polar ..."

6. Modern Cosmogonies by Agnes Mary Clerke (1905)
"Until acquaintance was made with Phoebe, counterflows of revolution within the same satellite-family were unknown, and, if contemplated at all, ..."

7. Causes of International Migration: Proceedings of a Workshop Luxembourg, 14 edited by Bob Vandererf, Liesbeth Heering (1996)
"A migration system may be seen as a set of places linked by flows and counterflows of people, goods, services, and information (Fawcett and Arnold, 1987b; ..."

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