Floodway



[fluhd-wey] /ˈflʌdˌweɪ/

noun
1.
the channel and adjacent shore areas under water during a , especially as determined for a flood of a given height.
floodway
(flŭd’wā’)
A channel for an overflow of water caused by flooding.

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