fast-flowing

fast-flowing

adj
flowing rapidly
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long before fixed in my mind, but the fast-flowing tears forbade my
Then she would awake; to recollect with fast-flowing silent tears what it was that touched her face, and to see, stealing over the cherished face upon the pillow, a deeper shadow than the shadow of the Marshalsea Wall.
Rescue teams are now concentrating their hunt on the River Ribble, which is fed by the fast-flowing Stainforth Beck.
Little Jack Carey was washed into the fast-flowing River Boyne outside Drogheda, Co Louth, as the vessel entered port.
"In this case it would have to be below the surface and under high pressure like a fast-flowing river."
A MOTHER drowned her two young daughters before killing herself in a fast-flowing river.
A POLICEMAN yesterday braved a fast-flowing river to save a drowning man - two years after rescuing a woman from the same spot.
A canoeist told last night of his terror trip on a fast-flowing river.
Anthony James Eke, 35, was part of a salvage team trying to raise a Ukrainian ship which had already claimed two divers' lives in the fast-flowing Danube at Partizani, Romania.
The bridge gave way under the load of the truck's passengers and snapped, plunging the vehicle and its occupants into the fast-flowing water below.
The Premier League's plan is for that to be different in England though, with referees watching replays on the sidelines less regularly as they aim to ensure the fast-flowing pace of the game remains.
DPA Mosul At least 71 people died on Thursday in northern Iraq when the ferry boat they were on sank, a security official said, as rescue operations were ongoing in the Tigris River's fast-flowing waters.