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Noun: flannel  fla-n(u)l
  1. A soft light woollen fabric; used for clothing
  2. [Brit] Bath linen consisting of a piece of cloth used to wash the face and body
    - washcloth [N. Amer], washrag, face cloth [Brit, Cdn]
  3. (usually in the plural) trousers made of flannel, gabardine, tweed or white cloth
    - gabardine, tweed, white
  4. [Brit] Evasive talk
Verb: flannel (flannelled,flannelling)  fla-n(u)l
Usage: Brit
  1. Talk quickly in an evasive or insincere way

Derived forms: flannelling, flannelled, flannels

Type of: bath linen, cloth, dacks [Austral, NZ], daks [Austral, NZ], fabric, material, pair of trousers, pants [N. Amer], textile, trousers

Encyclopedia: Flannel, Smiler