Another reason to keep an upper hand: Russia also funnels oil to Europe via a pipeline that runs directly through Ukraine.
Create a public jobs program that funnels the unemployed to fast growing areas such as at-home health care and child care.
Cabin stoves and funnels, immediately under and alongside the compass, are frequently unsuspected.
She did not appear to be a steamer because she had no funnels.
Like Friar John, of the funnels, he does not rhyme in crimson.
You will readily recognise her from the fact that she is the only craft with five funnels.
The ships were burning soft coal, and an enormous cloud of black smoke trailed from the forest of funnels.
The funnels were belching smoke, and sparks flying from the top.
This time he landed against the grating over the pipes that furnished the draught for the funnels, and stuck there.
This gave the Emden four funnels, such as the Yarmouth carried.
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.