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- v. To fleck.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To fleck.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as fleck.
- Same as flicker.
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The eye could then bury itself deep in the yawning chasms of the craters, and easily follow the cracks, streaks, and ridges which stripe, flecker, and bar the immensity of her plains.
The night was far spent before Ulysses had ended his narrative, and with wishful glances he cast his eyes towards the eastern parts, which the sun had begun to flecker with his first red; for on the morrow Alcinous had promised that a bark should be in readiness to convoy him to Ithaca.
Bt To be cottnttitKU BETTINGS. flecker; d«n by Mercury, ottt of 12.
•*-* ■ Of Syrian maidens, 'gins for to unfold From his fleek fides, that now much flecker are The glofly treafure, and foft threads of gold;
That which I faw was fingle hoofeci like the als, but difle - icnt from it in every other refpeft, having a flecker fkin, and a tail and head, though without horns, re - fembling the dam's.
Who made the Golden Journey to Samarkhand.’ james elroy flecker
"These are your new regimentals, Stephen," said Henry, looking at Foster's dress; "you shine like a flecker on a sunny day.