Associations to the word «Flannel»
FLANNEL, noun. (uncountable) A soft cloth material woven from wool, possibly combined with cotton or synthetic fibers.
FLANNEL, noun. (New Zealand) (British) A washcloth.
FLANNEL, noun. (slang) Soothing plausible untruth and half truth, claptrap - "Don't talk flannel" 
FLANNEL, adjective. Made of flannel
FLANNEL, verb. (transitive) To rub with a flannel.
FLANNEL, verb. (transitive) To flatter; to suck up to.
FLANNEL CAKE, noun. A thin batter cake fried on both sides.
FLANNEL CAKES, noun. Plural of flannel cake
FLANNEL FLOWER, noun. Actinotus helianthi, an Australian flowering plant whose stem, branches and leaves are pale grey and covered in downy hair.
FLANNEL FLOWERS, noun. Plural of flannel flower
FLANNEL MOUTH, noun. Alternative form of flannelmouth
FLANNEL, noun. A soft light woolen fabric; used for clothing.
FLANNEL, noun. Bath linen consisting of a piece of cloth used to wash the face and body.
FLANNEL, noun. (usually in the plural) trousers made of flannel or gabardine or tweed or white cloth.
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