verb (used with object), sluiced, sluic·ing.
verb (used without object), sluiced, sluic·ing.
Origin of sluice
Related formssluice·like, adjectiveun·der·sluice, nounun·sluiced, adjective
Examples from the Web for sluice
Make tiny seasoned cheese balls, center on the apple slices standing on lettuce leaves, and sluice with creamy salad dressing.The Complete Book of Cheese|Robert Carlton Brown
Moreover, I put the spar well away; and then, with a sluice of water, I fetched his Reverence back to himself again.The Maid of Sker|Richard Doddridge Blackmore
But you did see the sluice gates torn down, and thrown back into the water?The Landleaguers|Anthony Trollope
If you get your hand under the pin and the sluice happens to sink, you hurt your hand.The Incredible Honeymoon|E. Nesbit
An axe, a big jack-knife, a hammer and some nails left over from building their sluice boxes, these were the tools.Cabin Fever|B. M. Bower