Definition of Flims

1. flim [n] - See also: flim



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Flims

flighty
flim
flim-flam
flimflam
flimflammed
flimflammer
flimflammeries
flimflammers
flimflammery
flimflamming
flimflams
flimp
flimped
flimping
flimps
flims (current term)
flimsier
flimsies
flimsiest
flimsily
flimsiness
flimsinesses
flimsy
flinch
flinched
flincher
flinchers
flinches
flinching
flinchingly

Literary usage of Flims

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1. Switzerland and the Adjacent Portions of Italy, Savoy, and Tyrol: Handbook by Karl Baedeker (Firm) (1907)
"Highroad from flims to Лат, see p. 426. — Over the Segnet Past to Elm (8 hrs. ... it has hollowed for itself across the great prehistoric flims Landslip. ..."

2. Adventure Guide to Switzerland by Kimberley Rinker (2003)
"This well-known ski resort at 9774 feet (2890 m) is divided into two sectors - flims Dorf and flims Waldhaus. flims Dorf is the larger and more urban of the ..."

3. Switzerland, Together with Chamonix and the Italian Lakes: Handbook for by Karl Baedeker (Firm) (1922)
"flims-Waldhaus (3618') forms, together with flims, a favourite health-resort. In the environs are extensive larch and beech woods, intersected by well-kept ..."

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