from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To flounce.
- n. See falus.
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[Footnote 166: A fluce is a copper coin, one hundred of which are equal to sixpence English.] [Footnote 167: In the corner of his garment: -- The Africans have no pockets; they carry their money in the corner of their garment, and tie it with a knot to secure it.] [Footnote 168: The Muhamedans acknowledge Jesus Christ to have been a Prophet that worked miracles; the indelible proof of his mission.]
Mediterranean to the borders of Sahara, without a fluce  in