Definition of Flenches

1. flench [v] - See also: flench



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Flenches

fleischnacke
fleischner sign
fleishig
fleme
flemer
flemers
flemes
flemish
flemished
flemishes
flemishing
flemit
flench
flenched
flenches (current term)
flenching
flense
flensed
flenser
flensers
flenses
flensing
flerd
flerovium
fleroxacin
flesh
flesh-colored
flesh-coloured
flesh-eating(a)

Literary usage of Flenches

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1. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1804)
"Others said, that the expansion of freezing water would burst the sides, and so break off tlic flenches which connect the sides with the bottom plates : but ..."

2. Travels Through the States of North America, and the Provinces of Upper and by Isaac Weld (1800)
"Added to this, fuch flenches at times prevail in it, owing in part to the quantity of filth and dirt that is ..."

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