FLENCHER

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flense, flench or flinch (flɛns, flɛntʃ, flɪntʃ)
 
vb
(tr) to strip (a whale, seal, etc) of (its blubber or skin)
 
[C19: from Danish flense; related to Dutch flensen]
 
flench, flench or flinch
 
vb
 
[C19: from Danish flense; related to Dutch flensen]
 
flinch, flench or flinch
 
vb
 
[C19: from Danish flense; related to Dutch flensen]
 
'flenser, flench or flinch
 
n
 
'flencher, flench or flinch
 
n
 
'flincher, flench or flinch
 
n

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