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  1. present participle and gerund of flute

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fluting (not comparable)

  1. Making a sound like a flute.

Noun edit

fluting (plural flutings)

Two wooden dowels with lengthwise fluting.
  1. (architecture, sculpture) A decoration consisting of parallel, normally vertical, flutes (grooves) incised into the surface.
  2. The act of making such grooves.
  3. A flute-like sound.
  4. (fashion) A fluted pleat; a small, rounded or pressed pleat used as trimming on a garment.
  5. The erosional process by which a well-jointed coarse-grained rock, such as granite or gneiss, surface develops a set of flutes.

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