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  • adj. Covered or wrapped in flannel.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Covered or wrapped in flannel.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Covered with or wrapped in flannel.


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  • Ran down to the local park and was circling the cricket ground where the flanneled fools were playing their finals.

    Cheeseburger Gothic » Burger Lite 12 March

  • As the Colonel leaned forward, his knee brushed Campbell's flanneled leg, an almost imperceptible contact that both were excruciatingly aware of.


  • Bash all you want, but I will see any movie and TV show made by the flanneled one, and it amuses me to see that people still get fired up over this foolish prequel bashing.

    George Lucas: Done with the big screen? |

  • For a half hour, probably twenty or so people got up and asked questions of the flanneled one.

    The Convention Part 2

  • Lost in a maze of muddled warmth, a flanneled labyrinth

    Cat Rambo

  • After a long reprieve, gray-flanneled gratitude is back.

    Slackers Go Way of the Flappers; New Recession Stirs Work Ethic

  • My beef is with this vast gray-flanneled, oatmeal-talking managers of the middle, people who are just managers.

    Hill Rat: Blowing the Lid Off Congress

  • They had reached the garden gate, and the girl leaned her racket upon the top of it, looking up with grave interest at her big white-flanneled companion.

    Beyond the City

  • Five or six flanneled figures lounged aft, while a few members of her crew, natty in white duck, dropped anchor under the direction of an officer.

    Jim Spurling, Fisherman or Making Good

  • The woman bobbed her head in some uncertainty, then spoke in her own language to her husband who thrust himself into the doorway and leaned a heavy, flanneled shoulder against the jamb.

    Every Man for Himself


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