Definition of Flemes

1. fleme [v] - See also: fleme



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Flemes

flehmed
flehmen
flehmened
flehmening
flehmens
flehming
flehms
fleischerite
fleischnacke
fleischner sign
fleishig
fleme
flemer
flemers
flemes (current term)
flemish
flemished
flemishes
flemishing
flemit
flench
flenched
flenches
flenching
flense
flensed
flenser
flensers
flenses

Literary usage of Flemes

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1. The Life of John Bright by George Macaulay Trevelyan (1913)
"Bright poured oil on the flemes in the following words: ‘ I have held consistently for twenty years the conviction which the right hon. gentleman at the ..."

2. An Aristotelian Theory of Comedy: With an Adaptation of the Poetics, and a by Lane Cooper (1922)
"They [the Dorians] say that their term for rural hamlets is not flemes, as with the Athenians, but comae; and they assume that' comedians' acquired their ..."

3. A Glossary of Terms Used in Heraldry by Henry Gough, James Parker (1894)
"Quarterly first and fourth sable, a chevron between three flemes argent [ie arms granted, 1452], second and third per pale argent and vert, ..."

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