verb (used with object), flumed, flum·ing.
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Origin of flume
Example sentences from the Web for flume
Now trestle and fluming lay in bent, rent, and riven ruin at the bottom of the coulée.
Halfway to the river they came upon the first evidence of dynamite in the form of a bit of wrecked fluming.
The simplest way to arrange this will be by wooden surface troughs as used in the fluming scheme.The Dollar Hen|Milo M. Hastings
Sometimes these fluming companies are eminently successful; at others, their operations are a dead failure.
There is a gigantic project now on the tapis, of fluming the entire river for many miles, commencing a little above Rich Bar.