fluminous

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From Latin flumen +‎ -ous.

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fluminous (not comparable)

  1. pertaining to a river or rivers; flowing, fluent
    • 1989, Burgess, Anthony, The Devil's Mode:
      ‘By God, you speak our British language, as we must now call it since the new naming of our kingdom, with a fine accent and fluminous smoothness,’ Dick Burbage said.

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