[ chan-l-ing ]
/ ˈtʃæn l ɪŋ /
Architecture, Furniture. ornamentation with flutes or channels.
the practice of professedly entering a meditative or trancelike state in order to convey messages from a spiritual guide.
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Also especially British, chan·nel·ling .
Origin of channeling
First recorded in 1970–75
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Example sentences from the Web for channeling
The former OC star, 26, was channelling Hollywood chic in a tapered tuxedo and bright orange lipstick.
Blue bricks of special shape may be had for paving, channelling and coping.
Specimens of this channelling were exhibited to the meeting.Records of Steam Boiler Explosions|Edward Bindon Marten