Definition of Flintstone

1. Noun. Pebbles of flint used in masonry construction.

Generic synonyms: Flint



Definition of Flintstone

1. Noun. A piece of flint. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Flintstone

flinted
flinthead
flintheads
flintier
flintiest
flintify
flintily
flintiness
flintinesses
flinting
flintings
flintlike
flintlock
flintlocks
flints
flintstone (current term)
flintstones
flintware
flintwood
flinty
flip
flip-flap
flip-flop
flip-flopped
flip-flopper
flip-floppers
flip-flopping
flip-flops
flip-in
flip-ins

Literary usage of Flintstone

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1. Maryland Geological Survey by Maryland Geological Survey (1913)
"Section on National Road West of flintstone This section is exposed along ... miles west of flintstone. It begins at the base of the Helderberg about 175 ..."

2. Reports Dealing with the Systematic Geology and Paleontology of Maryland by Maryland Geological Survey (1913)
"Section at flintstone The best exposure of the Keyser in this region occurs ... which is exposed on the north side of flintstone Creek near a spring at the ..."

3. The Old Pike: A History of the National Road, with Incidents, Accidents, and by Thomas Brownfield Searight (1894)
"His house stood on the north side of the road, and was made of logs, but the table it furnished was equal to the best on the road. And next comes flintstone ..."

4. Allegany County by Maryland Geological Survey (1900)
"Near the state line where the Tuscarora of Tussey Mountain is cut through by flintstone Creek the dip on the west side of the anticline is 18° W. Although ..."

5. The Geology of Allegany County by Cleophas Cisney O'Harra (1900)
"Along flintstone Creek northward from flintstone for half a mile or more the general dip is 40° to 50° E. One and one-half miles west of flintstone Creek on ..."

6. Statistical Record of the Armies of the United States by Frederick Phisterer (1883)
"... and within sixty miles thereof) and east of a line commencing at the north on the Potomac River opposite the mouth of the flintstone Creek, ..."

7. Bulletin by Geological Survey (U.S.) (1909)
"Leveling in Frostburg and flintstone quadrangles in 1897 by Hargraves Wood, ... flintstone QUADRANGLE. Patterson Creek, north end of Baltimore and Ohio ..."

8. Water-supply and Irrigation Papers of the United States Geological Survey by United States Geological Survey (1905)
"The southwestern half of the Frostburg and nearly all of the flintstone quadrangle is crossed at intervals of a few miles by ridges varying in altitude from ..."

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