Definition of Flettons

1. fletton [n] - See also: fletton



Lexicographical Neighbors of Flettons

fleshpot
fleshpots
fleshy
fleshy mole
fleshy polyp
flesinoxan
fletch
fletched
fletcherite
fletchers
fletches
fletching
fletchings
fletiferous
fletton
flettons (current term)
fleur-de-lis
fleur-de-lys
fleur-de-lysed
fleur de sel
fleuret
fleurets
fleuron
fleurons
fleurs
fleurs-de-lis
fleurs de sel
fleury
flew
flew the coop

Literary usage of Flettons

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Brickmakers' Accounts by William Henry Fox (1904)
"60 BRICKMAKING— Its History and Antiquity.. .. .. .. .. i Length of time in Making " flettons" .. .. .. 8 „ ,, ,, London " Stocks" . ..."

2. Building Materials, Their Nature, Properties and Manufacture: A Text-book by George Alexander Thomas Middleton (1905)
"On the other hand, those which are used in London are commonly, and in a very general manner, classed as either Stocks, flettons, Sand-faced bricks, ..."

3. Building Materials, Their Nature, Properties and Manufacture: A Text-book by George Alexander Thomas Middleton (1905)
"... and in a very general manner, classed as cither Stocks, flettons, Sand-faced bricks, Rubbers, Pressed bricks, Blue bricks, Glazed bricks, or Clinkers. ..."

4. "Red Books" of the British Fire Prevention Committee by British Fire Prevention Committee (1905)
"Stock bricks were used, except in the W. wall, where " flettons " were used. The ceiling was 8 ft. 10 in. (2-69 m.) above the pavement of the hut, ..."

5. Redbooks of the British Fire Prevention Committee by British Fire Prevention Committee (1905)
"Stock bricks were used, except in the W. wall, where " flettons " were used. The ceiling was ft. 10 in. (2-69 m.) above the pavement of the hut, ..."

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