from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Floor; bottom; lower surface.
- n. A house; home.
- Skimmed: as, flet milk.
- n. A mat of plaited straw for protecting a horse's back from injury by a load.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
They were dressed like pages with black breeches, a doublet and a flet hat trimmed with black velvet. —
My friends ask me if we could have a monthly talk on any musicial subject he flet like talking about.
Mr. Nagourney flet he was a "big boy" and should have been contacted before others.
The American defense flet was up with feeler-rays, springing toward the enemy.
Rummy flet was trying to run this war like a business.
Is is because of the subject, or because he/she flet his position would be attacked?
Pra, kur Hitleri i ri flet para një xhemat të vogël të gjermanëve, kumbues i frymëzuar, duke i bërë jehonë frustrimet e tyre, duke u dhënë atyre një armik, dhe një qëllim, ne e kuptojmë Riefenstahl ishte duke iu drejtuar publikut me filmin e saj.
The force of the pressure below ground blew up to the point where I flet like I would be lifted into the air like a balloon, and my skirt flew up around me like that famous Marilyn shot.
As far as the distribution of KWV assets were concerned, the cooperative flet its assets were the inalienable property of its
The branches of the mallorn-tree grew out nearly straight from the trunk, and then swept upward; but near the top the main stem divided into a crown of many boughs, and among these they found that there had been built a wooden platform, or flet as such things were called in those days: the Elves called it a talan.