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disjunction, disjuncture, Disseverance, Disseverment, disunion, severance, partition, detachment, parting, separation.
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Correct spelling:
current
Definition:
A flowing or passing; a stream; course; continuation; general course or tendency.

Synonyms:

adjective
accepted
Passed, received, arrived at, card-carrying.
all
current.
au courant
well-informed, up to speed, up on.
contemporary; common
instant, customary, in the mainstream, present-day, existent, going around, in use, cutting-edge, accepted, leading-edge, afoot, in the news, regnant, present, rampant, prevalent, fad, mod, circulating, general, topical, common knowledge, accustomed, Doing, on front burner, ongoing, widespread, extant, in, up-to-date, in progress, prevailing, modern, in circulation, trendy, fashionable, in vogue, rife, ruling, popular, hot, swinging, state-of-the-art, now.
continuous
ongoing.
effective
in force, in execution, in operation.
existent
existing, occurring now, taking place.
fashionable
in thing, in-thing, upscale, modish, trendsetting, in, well-liked, swank, all the rage, faddy, a go-go, Tony, in style, trig, chic.
latter-day
Latterday.
living
in use.
modish
last-word.
new
up-to-the-minute, untrodden, latest, uncontaminated, fresh, unfamiliar, topical, unspoiled, avant-garde, dewy, dewiest, up-to-date, newest, novel, recent, untried, late-breaking, contemporary, modern, dewier, new.
now
immediate, contemporaneous, contemporary, today's.
ongoing
in process, in progress.
present
nowadays, existent, even now, just now, under consideration, in duration, for the time being, present-day.
proverbial
unquestioned.
rife
thronged.
stylish
style.
trig
trigger.
ultramodern
ultra-modern, nontraditional, non-traditional, ahead of its time.
widespread
across the board, on a large scale, wall-to-wall, all over the place, outspread.
noun
current
prevalent, underway, contemporary, topical, circulating, on-line, live, ongoing, actual, stream, up-to-date, prevailing, in progress, incumbent, latest, present-day, rife, afoot, electric current, up-to-the-minute, flow.
direction
tendency, region, that-a-way, point of compass.
electricity
ic, triode, megahertz, insulator, transmitter, direct current, backplane, conductor, impedance, network, capacitance, polarity, electromagnetism, crt, radio, juice, ohm, amplifier, kilohertz, anode, spark, receiver, positive, ac, connection, volt, discharge, radar, watt, memory, electronics, transistor, processor, resistance, electrode, tweeter, alternating current, monitor, tube, microphone, fm, induction, motherboard, frequency, television, video, cathode, shock, voltage, wattage, computer, charge, circuit, cycle, electrostatic, negative, magnetism, diode, resistor, speaker, capacitor, circuit card, amperes, electricity.
energy
radioactivity, wattages, radioactivities, conductivity, kilowatt, conductivities, wattage, kilowatts, dynamism, horsepower, RAYS.
event
stream, current.
flood
surplus, Drencher, outgushing, flood, spate, niagaras, tsunami, tsunamis, glut, outpouring, torrents.
flow of something, usually water
tide, ebb and flow, river, flux, juice, drift, rush, jet, spate, draught, stream, run, flood, progression, course.
phenomenon
electric current, current.
prevailing
popular, fashionable, study at prevailing, in fashion.
stream
Rindle, beck, runnels, spritz, streams, Becks, runnel, Tributaries.
tendency
turnings.
vein
Venation, capillary, Capillaries, follicles, follicle.
preposition
happening
up.
verb
reported
rumored.
Examples of usage:
  1. The current of the fight changed. – Plotting in Pirate Seas by Francis Rolt-Wheeler
  2. A story was current among the Whigs that the King said, " You had better be frank with me, Mr. Ayloffe. – The History of England from the Accession of James II. Volume 1 (of 5) by Thomas Babington Macaulay
  3. The swift current bent it in the middle until it would spring out of the water and drop back higher up. – The Mystery of Metropolisville by Edward Eggleston
  4. I never saw one that would, said his father, unless it got into a current, which carried it up. – Rollo's Philosophy. [Air] by Jacob Abbott
  5. And so we were both sound asleep in bed one night when a strange thing happened, and a sudden fright came to us, of which I must tell quite at length, for it made, indeed, a very sudden change in the current of our lives. – The-Brick-Moon-and-Other-Stories by Hale, Edward Everett

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