Definition of Flegging
1. fleg [v] - See also: fleg
Lexicographical Neighbors of Flegging
Literary usage of Flegging
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Evangelical Magazine and Missionary Chronicle (1860)
"It was gratifying to witness, up to the time that I left, that there was no flegging in the king's desire to have the Word of God preached in the town, ..."
2. The London Medical Gazette (1846)
"The diseases following upon flegging in general are identical with those which manifested themselves in the case ..."
3. The Contemporaries of Burns by James Paterson (1840)
"Since poor Copenhagen bis Lordship is flegging. With grape, bomb, and ball, helter-skelter; Despoil' d of my rest, I dived from my nest Plump down to your ..."
4. Comoediae sex by Terence, Edward St. John Parry (1857)
"... aud ' Eunuchus,' he kept the attention of his hearers from flegging. There were many points of minor importance in which he deviated from his original. ..."