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To: kellynla gen·u·flect Pronunciation: \ˈjen-yə-ˌflekt\ Function: intransitive verb Etymology: Late Latin genuflectere, from Latin genu knee + flectere to bend - more at knee Date: 1630 1 a: to bend the knee b: to touch the knee to the floor or ground especially in worship 2: to be servilely obedient or respectful - gen·u·flec·tion \ˌjen-yə-ˈflek-shən\ noun
mai! dems sum flek sibbel kittahs up der on stayge!
a very light gold flek curtaina nd classic decorative drapes in a rich olive gold pattern, which were roped at each end.