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Definition of Flenser
1. one that flenses [n -S] - See also: flenses
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Literary usage of Flenser
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Antiquary by Edward Walford, John Charles Cox, George Latimer Apperson (1906)
"... Cottingham ; two coloured whaling prints—purchased ; flenser (for whaling) in wood case—presented by Mr. Watson ; and a portion of a dolphin's jaw, ..."
2. The Midland Naturalist: Journal of the Midland Union of Natural History edited by Edward W. Badger, William Jerome Harrison, William Hillhouse (1888)
"The " flenser " then cuts away the connective tissue underlying the blubber, and the huge " blanket " piece is thus partly pulled and partly cut away, ..."
3. Deutsche geographische Blätter by Geographische Gesellschaft in Bremen (1890)
"Lundin, der alte, originelle flenser, stieg auf den Kadaver hinauf und begann ... auf einer Seite lag, so konnte der flenser bequem in das Innere steigen, ..."