Mill-on-the-floss



noun
1.
a novel (1860) by George Eliot.

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  • Mill-race

    [mil-reys] /ˈmɪlˌreɪs/ noun 1. the channel in which the current of water driving a flows to the . 2. the current itself. /ˈmɪlˌreɪs/ noun 1. the current of water that turns a millwheel 2. the channel for this water n. late 15c., from mill (n.1) + race (n.1) in the “current” sense.

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