Definition of Flenched
1. flench [v] - See also: flench
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Flenched
Literary usage of Flenched
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Log-book of a Fisherman and Zoologist by Frank Buckland (1883)
"Two thousand skins flenched is considered a good day's work. " After all the skins are salted down, the ships proceed farther north to hunt up the old seals ..."
2. Transactions by Thomas Southwell, Norfolk and Norwich Naturalists' Society (1884)
"They struck the old Whale, and put three harpoons into her, then they struck the sucker and killed it; brought the sucker ashore and flenched it at the ..."
3. Readers' Guide to Periodical Literature by H.W. Wilson Company (1906)
"Je. '06. Estate of gardening achievements. Country Life. 9: 681-5. Ap. '06. Planning your own place. Country Life. 9: 558-fiO. Mr. '06. flenched alleys. ..."
4. Journal of the Proceedings of the ... Annual Convention of the Protestant by Episcopal Church Diocese of Michigan (1861)
"The hour for Divine Service having arrived, it was, on motion, flenched, To adjourn to attend the service, and to assemble for business at o'clock PM f ..."
5. The Cruise of the "Cachalot" Round the World After Sperm Whales by Frank Thomas Bullen (1906)
"They did not reach the stations till after midnight, but already they had the whales half flenched, and, by the way they were working, it looked as if they ..."