Definition of Flenching

1. flench [v] - See also: flench



Lexicographical Neighbors of Flenching

fleischner sign
fleishig
fleme
flemer
flemers
flemes
flemish
flemished
flemishes
flemishing
flemit
flench
flenched
flenches
flenching (current term)
flense
flensed
flenser
flensers
flenses
flensing
flerd
flerovium
fleroxacin
flesh
flesh-colored
flesh-coloured
flesh-eating(a)
flesh-eating bacteria

Literary usage of Flenching

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

1. The Book of Humorous Verse by Carolyn Wells (1920)
"Of course with their grog there was plenty of chat, Of canting, and flenching, and cutting up fat; And how gun-harpoons into fashion had got, ..."

2. The Writings in Prose and Verse of Rudyard Kipling by Rudyard Kipling (1899)
"A dog-toothed laugh laughed Reuben Paine, and bared his flenching-knife. " Yea, skin for skin, and ail that he hath a man will give for his life ; But I've ..."

3. A Treasury of Humorous Poetry: Being a Compilation of Witty, Facetious, and by Frederic Lawrence Knowles (1902)
"Of course with their grog there was plenty of chat, Of canting, and flenching, and cutting up fat; And how gun-harpoons into fashion had got, ..."

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