verb (used with object), fun·neled, fun·nel·ing or (especially British) fun·nelled, fun·nel·ling.
verb (used without object), fun·neled, fun·nel·ing or (especially British) fun·nelled, fun·nel·ling.
Origin of funnel
Related Words for funnellingpour, filter, transmit, siphon, channel, move, pipe, convey, conduct, carry, pass, traject
Examples from the Web for funnelling
Historical Examples of funnelling
Funnelling my mouth with my hands, I called to Veneda, but received no answer.In Strange Company
verb -nels, nelling or -nelled or US -nels, -neling or -neled
Word Origin for funnel
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.