Floodgates Sentence Examples
Early into the second half, Lazio were reduced to ten men, opening the floodgates for Chelsea.
Addison's men managed to close the floodgates after that, but the devastating seven-minute spell had well and truly ended their cup hopes.
It lifts the floodgates to the future growth of telecommunications as the vehicle for a host of new ICT applications and innovations.
Whilst floodgates are not generally maintained throughout LUL, new floodgates had been provided on the Jubilee Line Extension.
The victories of Generals Wellesley and Lake, however, saved the Rajputs; but on Lord Wellesley's departure from India the floodgates of anarchy were reopened for ten years.
No wonder Unilever's surprise announcement opened the floodgates.
His French colleague, Petau, better known under his latinized surname of Petavius, opened still wider floodgates when he taught that theological dogmas, like everything else, have a history.