A lawyer and a doctor were on an extravagant fishing trip.
The lawyer said, "I am here because my house burned down and everything I owned was burned. The insurance company paid a mint for everything I lost."
"Now that’s quite a coincidence," said the doctor, "I’m here because my house and all my belongings were destroyed by a flood, and my insurance company also paid for everything."
The lawyer looked somewhat confused and said, "Really? How do you start a flood?"
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—v. (-pp-) 1 move or be moved up and down; beat.
- colloq. Be agitated or panicky. - sway; flutter. - (usu. Foll. By away, off) strike (flies etc.) With flat object; drive. - colloq. (of ears) listen intently. —n. - piece of cloth, wood, etc. Attached by one side esp. To cover a gap, e.g. A pocket-cover, the folded part of an envelope, a table-leaf. - motion of a wing, arm, etc. - colloq. Agitation; panic (in a flap). - aileron. - light blow with something flat. flappy adj. [probably imitative] FLAT
foot n. Foot with a flattened arch.
- race n. Horse race without jumps, over level ground. flat racing n. - rate n. Unvarying rate or charge. - spin n. - aeron. A nearly horizontal spin. - colloq. State of panic. - —adj. (flatter, flattest) 1 a horizontally level. B even; smooth; unbroken. C level and shallow (flat cap). - unqualified; downright (flat refusal). - a dull; lifeless; monotonous (in a flat tone). B dejected. - (of a fizzy drink) having lost its effervescence. - (of an accumulator, battery, etc.) Having exhausted its charge. - mus. A below true or normal pitch (violins are flat). B (of a key) having a flat or flats in the signature. C (as b, e, etc. Flat) semitone lower than b, e, etc. - (of a tyre) punctured; deflated. —adv. - at full length; spread out (lay flat; flat against the wall). - colloq. A completely, absolutely (flat broke). B exactly (in five minutes flat). - mus. Below the true or normal pitch (sings flat). —n. - flat part or thing (flat of the hand). - level ground, esp. A plain or swamp. - mus. A note lowered a semitone below natural pitch. B sign indicating this. - (as the flat) flat racing or its season. - theatr. Flat scenery on a frame. - esp. Us colloq. Flat tyre. flat out 1 at top speed. - using all one's strength etc. That's flat colloq. That is definite. flatly adv. Flatness n. Flattish adj. [old norse] - n. Set of rooms, usu. On one floor, as a residence. flatlet n. [obsolete flet floor, dwelling, from germanic: related to *flat1] FLAW
—n. - imperfection; blemish.
- crack, chip, etc. - invalidating defect. —v. Crack; damage; spoil. flawless adj. Flawlessly adv. [old norse] - n. Squall of wind. [low german or dutch] FLAX
n. - blue-flowered plant cultivated for its textile fibre and its seeds.
- flax fibres. [old english] FLAY
v. - strip the skin or hide off, esp. By beating.
- criticize severely. - peel off (skin, bark, peel, etc.). - extort money etc. From. [old english] FLEA
market n. Street market selling second-hand goods etc.
- n. Small wingless jumping parasitic insect. a flea in one's ear sharp reproof. [old english] FLED
past and past part. Of *flee.
v. (past and past part. Fled) 1 (often foll. By from, before) a run away (from); leave abruptly (fled the room). B seek safety by fleeing.
- vanish. [old english] FLEW
past of *fly1.
v. - bend (a joint, limb, etc.) Or be bent.
- move (a muscle) or (of a muscle) be moved to bend a joint. [latin flecto flex- bend] - n. Flexible insulated electric cable. [abbreviation of *flexible]
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