Flowage

  • (noun): The act of flooding; filling to overflowing.
    Synonyms: flood
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on flowage, flowages:

Bond Falls
... The river drops 875 feet (267 m) down from Bond Falls Flowage, which is perched on the highlands of the western Upper Peninsula, to Lake Superior ... A "flowage", in the language of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, is a reservoir ... The Ontonagan River and Bond Falls Flowage are separately stocked with brook trout ...
List Of Lakes In Maine - Washington County
... Meddybemps Lake 6,719 95,295 Alexander, Baileyville, Baring, Meddybemps Grand Falls (Berry Brook) Flowage 6,099 52,778 Baileyville, Princeton, Fowler Twp, Indian Twp Res Gardner Lake 3,720 84,249 ...
Flambeau River
... Manitowish and Bear Rivers just above Turtle-Flambeau Flowage (reservoir) ... Major tributaries include the Turtle River, flowing into the North Fork in the Turtle-Flambeau Flowage, and the Elk River, which flows into the South Fork ... impound small reservoirs, known locally as flowages ...
List Of Lakes Of Nova Scotia - Cape Breton Island - Victoria County
60.60333 (Caribou Lakes) Chéticamp Flowage 46°39′5″N 60°38′16″W / 46.65139°N 60.63778°W / 46.65139 -60.63778 (Chéticamp ...
Flood Control Act Of 1928 - Section 4: Flowage Rights
... Provide Federal government flowage rights for additional destructive flood waters that will pass by reason of diversions from the main channel of the Mississippi River ... consideration in reducing the amount of compensation paid for flowage rights ...

More definitions of "flowage":

  • (noun): Gradual internal motion or deformation of a solid body (as by heat).
    Example: "Rock fracture and rock flowage are different types of geological deformation"
  • (noun): A body of water that has been created by deliberately flooding an area.
    Example: "Many campsites were located near the flowage"