Definition of Flotsams

1. Noun. (plural of flotsam) ¹



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Definition of Flotsams

1. flotsam [n] - See also: flotsam

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Flotsams

flotational
flotations
flote
flotel
flotels
floterial
flotery
flotes
flother
flothers
flotilla
flotillas
flotillin
flotsam
flotsam and jetsam
flotsams (current term)
flotson
flotsons
flotten
floud
flounce
flounced
flounces
flouncier
flounciest
flouncily
flouncing
flouncingly
flouncings
flouncy

Literary usage of Flotsams

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1. Select Essays in Anglo-American Legal History by Association of American Law Schools (1908)
"151, 171, 223, 241, as to share in flotsams, &c. As to the fees appertaining to the admiral in the time of Sir Thomas Beaufort, see Roscoe's Ad. Prac. ..."

2. Italian Romance Writers by Joseph Spencer Kennard (1906)
"How memorable the scene with the lost woman, where these two flotsams of society, these two sinners, kneel side by side and pray! ..."

3. Southern California Quarterly by Los Angeles County Pioneers of Southern California, Historical Society of Southern California (1884)
"... through vast flotsams, made up of farm products and farming implements, and the carcasses of horses, sheep and cattle, all drifting out to sea. ..."

4. The Eighteen Christian Centuries by James White (1890)
"They were, therefore, lords of the manor, looking after their rights, their waifs and strays, their flotsams and ..."

5. London Society edited by James Hogg, Florence Marryat (1883)
"... without let or hindrance; so, after the godsend of a heavy sou'-west gale, the carts and carters are again to the fore, and the flotsams and ..."

6. Once a Week by Eneas Sweetland Dallas (1860)
"... and leisure, and money, and above all kind hearts, who will look after the interests of these diminutive waifs and strays— these small flotsams and ..."

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