"We"re going to play elephants and circuses," - said a little boy at kindergarten, "Do you want to join in?"
"I"d love to," - replied the teacher. "What do you want me to do?"
"You can be the lady that feeds us peanuts!"
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adj. (-ier, -iest) 1 (of flesh etc.) Limp; flaccid.
- feeble. flabbiness n. [alteration of flappy: related to *flap] FLAGON
n. - large bottle, usu. Holding a quart (1.13 litres), esp. Of wine, cider, etc.
- large vessel for wine etc., usu. With a handle, spout, and lid. [latin flasco *flask] FLAMBE
adj. (of food) covered with alcohol and set alight briefly (following a noun: pancakes flambe). [french: related to *flame]
n. Projecting flat rim etc., for strengthening or attachment. [origin uncertain]
adj. (-ier, -iest) showy; gaudy; cheaply attractive. flashily adv. Flashiness n.
v. (often refl.) Display proudly; show off; parade. [origin unknown]
(brit. Flavour) —n. - mingled sensation of smell and taste (cheesy flavour).
- characteristic quality (romantic flavour). - (usu. Foll. By of) slight admixture (flavour of failure). —v. Give flavour to; season. flavourless adj. Flavoursome adj. [french] FLAXEN
adj. - of flax.
- (of hair) pale yellow. FLEDGE
v. (-ging) 1 provide or deck (an arrow etc.) With feathers.
- bring up (a young bird) until it can fly. - (as fledged adj.) A able to fly. B independent; mature. [obsolete adj. Fledge fit to fly] FLEECE
—n. - a woolly coat of a sheep etc. B wool sheared from a sheep at one time.
- thing resembling a fleece, esp. Soft fabric for lining etc. —v. (-cing) 1 (often foll. By of) strip of money, valuables, etc.; swindle. - shear (sheep etc.). - cover as if with a fleece (sky fleeced with clouds). fleecy adj. (-ier, -iest). [old english]
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The cockroach has a high resistance to radiation and is the creature most likely to survive a nuclear war.