Definition of Flans

1. Noun. (plural of flan) ¹



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Definition of Flans

1. flan [n] - See also: flan

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Flans

flannelettes
flannelgraph
flannelgraphs
flanneling
flannelled
flannelled fool
flannellike
flannelling
flannelly
flannelmouth
flannelmouthed
flannels
flannen
flannens
flannie
flans (current term)
flap amputation
flap down
flap gate
flap one's gums
flap operation
flapcake
flapdoodle
flapdoodles
flaperon
flaperons
flapgate
flapgates
flapjack

Literary usage of Flans

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1. Catalogue of the Library of the Royal Geographical Society: Containing the by Hugh Robert Mill (1895)
"Maps and flans. Small folio Buenos Ayres, 1885 Anuario Estadístico de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires. Año I., 1891. 4" - The saine. Huitième Année, 1888. ..."

2. Encyclopædia Britannica: Or, A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and by Colin MacFarquhar, George Gleig (1801)
"... Hawke and Con- flans, on the 2:.th of November 17,9. The Formidable, in which he .... flans ..."

3. The Whole Law Relative to the Duty and Office of a Justice of the Peace by Thomas Walter Williams (1808)
"feit 25/. for every month during which such pf flans shall mah gunpowder without having such magazine, and 5/. for every diy during which he (not being ..."

4. Continuation of the Complete history of England by Tobias George Smollett (1760)
"Colonel Ford who An. 1759. commanded the troops in Bengal, obtained a complete victory over the French commander Con- flans, in the neighbourhood of ..."

5. Catalogue of the Books Relating to Architecture, Construction and Decoration by Boston Public Library, Mary Harris Rollins, Frank Augustus Bourne (1914)
"[Berühmte Kunststätten.] Armitage, ES The early Norman castles of the British Isles. New York. 1912. Plates. Maps. flans. ..."

6. Martin's History of France. The Decline of the French Monarchy: The Decline by Henri Martin (1866)
"Final Ruin of the flans of Dupleix and Bussi. Ravages of the English on the Coast of France. They are defeated at Saint-Cas. ..."

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