from The Century Dictionary.
- Subject to sudden flaws or puffs of wind.
- Having flaws or cracks; broken; defective; faulty.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Full of flaws or cracks; broken; defective; faulty.
- adjective Subject to sudden flaws or gusts of wind.
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- adjective Full of
flawsor cracks; broken; defective.
- adjective Subject to sudden flaws or
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They bragged of chipped gears that was shipped through with the bad cogs covered with grease, of flawy drivin 'shafts, of cheesy armor-plate that you could puncture with a tack-hammer.
You will put in every missing rivet, replace every flawy plate, and make every machine perfect, or I'll smash your little two-by-four concern so flat the bankruptcy courts won't find enough to tack a libel notice on.
These flats very much resemble some we crossed when travelling close to and parallel with the Malagarazi river; for the cracked and flawy nature of the ground, now parched up by a constant drought, shows that this part gets inundated in the wet season.