from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n.pl. Bits, fragments, or splinters.
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- n. fragments, splinters
- n. Plural form of flinder.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n.pl. Small pieces or splinters; fragments.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. bits and splinters and fragments
- n. British explorer who mapped the Australian coast (1774-1814)
In fact, the NPCs carry on conversations about local gossip while you're Keith Mooning the room to flinders, which is somehow insulting; the people here are talking about the spate of local burglaries as if it's of high importance, but your gorilla-style poo-flinging antics aren't worthy of comment.
The skull shatters into flinders and the brain melts into gray sludge.
We left behind us a debris field of PerfectWood flinders but -- luckily -- no bodies.
F430 Spider on Flinders + Web 2.0 Glocal Downunder in 2007. flinders, mornington peninsula, australia.
Sometimes, it's a train, coming your way to smash you to flinders.
It is a beautiful hymn and beats the flinders off some of the old chestnuts we continue to sing in the Episcopal Hymnal.
Post-WWII Germany could have de-Nazification because their country had been bombed to flinders.
And lo! as I went from under that huge and dreadful overhang of the great waters, there came downward from the height a great stone that had been cast by the Jet, and it burst upon the rock to my back, and certain of the flinders did strike and ring upon mine armour, and made me to stagger as I ran.
I servedâ€ blah blah blahâ€¦ whens the last time you were in mogadishu or the flinders ranges int he middle of the outback?
Flickr'ing with my 02 XDAii flinders, mornington peninsula, australia.