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  • adj. Resembling or characteristic of flannel material.


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flannel +‎ -y


  • One has to be both able to be completely ruthless about the excision of every bit of weak prose or flannelly excess, while simultaneously being quietly kind to oneself in order to counteract the tendency to decry everything one has ever done as total BullS**t.

    Thursday ...

  • He smiles easily, speaks in a flannelly Texas drawl only partially blunted by his 40 years in the New York and international art worlds.

    Back To The Future

  • Yoo got teh smooth wood, teh soft kitteh furr, teh soft flannelly-cloth ob teh sheets, and the nubbley-texure ob teh bitty bear–yoo gots plads, stripes, pebbleys an wood grain.

    WUV - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • Does a soft, a crisp, a sleek, or a flannelly feel suit you best?


  • Bright blue, flannelly-looking flowers stud the grass in sheltered places and a very pretty large green orchid is plentiful.

    Travels in West Africa

  • Wild oranges, too, are found on Mount Haghier, of a very rich yellow when ripe, but bitter as gall to eat; and the wild pomegranate, with its lovely red flowers and small yellow fruit, the flannelly coating of which only is eaten, instead of the seeds, as is the case with the cultivated one.

    Southern Arabia

  • Then he had made a pillow of the things he took off and gotten into the robe and then lain and waited, feeling the spring of the boughs under the flannelly, feathered lightness of the robe warmth, watching the mouth of the cave across the snow; feeling his heart beat as he waited.

    For Whom The Bell Tolls

  • Indeed, Dickens 'sub-Christian empathy, his revived notion of noblesse oblige, refusal to address any social issues and his flannelly hope for a broader sense of community responsibility and family structure at a time of widening economic disparities makes

    Top stories from Times Online

  • 30 December 2003 @ 07:44 pm brief productivity break behold, the leopard-spotted goddess of flannelly goodness.



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