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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of flense.
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It challenges you, not by spinning a convoluted plot or trading in philosophical obscurity, but by the way it flenses the emotions from human experience and lays our most private places bare.
This is very dangerous, since it quietly flenses away the more disagreeable segments of your support group: The only people who can really listen to you (and are therefore your friends) are people who agree with you.