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  • n. Alternative spelling of flivver.

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Examples

  • ANDREA DE LEON: It's the most famous joke in Maine: Mr. MARSHALL DODGE: I was standing outside Southerland's IGA Store one morning when I heard a fliver approaching down the street toward me.

    Northernmost Maine? I-95 Won't Get You There

  • Should I be removed from the picture hi the next decade, you will have to take fliver.

    Falcon Street

  • It doesn't sound to me in the reading I've done like there's been much of an effort made to make contingency plans for getting around some other way than filling up the fliver (ph) with gasoline.

    CNN Transcript May 15, 2004

  • My friend gotta Saxophone made of silver she goes around playing it in my fliver its and shiny, but has a small dent on the side but it sounds so nice u could almost die she just plays and plays with the wind in her hair the sound makes ya wanna dance like you really dont care

    eatmorepizza Diary Entry

  • Note: fliver is old slang for an automobile well i think that turned out ok, not my best but itll do for now i guess (sorry Claire, not as amazing as i had wanted it).

    eatmorepizza Diary Entry

  • "As far as I can take you folks in this old fliver, I guess," drawled

    Ruth Fielding at the War Front or, The Hunt for the Lost Soldier

  • Well, of course, the thing was an absolute fliver, as I ought to have guessed it would be.

    A Wodehouse Miscellany Articles & Stories

  • But with a hammer, a monkey-wrench, and some bale-wire, a fellow can perform major and minor operations on a fliver in the middle of a garageless wilderness and come through all right when better cars are left for the junk department to gather up and salvage. "

    Ruth Fielding at the War Front or, The Hunt for the Lost Soldier

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