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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of flint.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Hardened; cruel.
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He used a tiny flinted sparker to light the stick.
O that I had got but my new-flinted firelock, that there man should die!
But I haven't got my new - flinted firelock, and that there man must live.
O that I had got but my new - flinted firelock, that there man should die!
Is it to be found in the shell-windowed streets of Java towns -- beside the low breastworks of Saigon -- along the ice-flinted slopes of Northern China?
I don’t have time to correct my post, it’s time to scrape off the plastic tips of the waterproof fuses, pack the powder, bottle the flammables and combustibles, and get the old zippo filled and flinted.
But I haven’t got my new-flinted firelock, and that there man must live.
Come help-me to examine these arms, and see that they are all clean, dry, and well flinted. "