current

Part of speech: adverb

Currently.

Part of speech: adjective

Circulating freely; generally accepted.

Part of speech: adjective

In actual progress; present.

Part of speech: noun

A movement as of a stream; a fluid thus flowing; any connected onward movement; course.

Part of speech: noun

Currentness.

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Usage examples "current":

  1. There was an under current of different feeling however, in Rotha's mind; and the two girls as they went up stairs were as great a contrast to each other as could be imagined. - "A Letter of Credit", Susan Warner.
  2. Her mind, that is to say, like her body, must be trained and dressed according to the current fashion plates. - "Equality", Edward Bellamy.
  3. The swift current swept the raft on down the stream. - "The Prodigal Judge", Vaughan Kester.