The funnel swerved off the road and came sweeping up the hillside toward them.
Dictators everywhere try to control the economy, to funnel resources to their friends.
Hordes of audience members had already begun to funnel out in disgust.
The FSA concludes that UBS did nine trades in order to funnel £170,000 to cooperating brokers.
Quadrangle was not the only investment house to pay placement fees to Morris or funnel money into Chooch.
The stars then speed by our masts and funnel till the last is gone.
The shape of his ear is like that of a funnel, so as to pour the sound into his ear, as it were.
The small party of voyagers crouched behind the funnel, and were well out of the water's way.
Behind them, the wind rushed with a sullen roar up the funnel of the Pass.
Some of them seemed to spread over a great area, while others appeared to spout skyward, funnel shaped.
c.1400, from Middle French fonel, from Provençal enfounilh, "a word from the Southern wine trade" [Weekley], from Late Latin fundibulum, shortened from Latin infundibulum "a funnel or hopper in a mill," from infundere "pour in," from in- "in" + fundere "pour" (see found (v.2)).
1590s, from funnel (n.). Related: Funneled; funneling.