To fail an examination or a course; flunk (1950s+ College students)
[fluh-jish-uh s] /fləˈdʒɪʃ əs/ adjective 1. shamefully wicked, as persons, actions, or times. 2. heinous or flagrant, as a crime; infamous. /fləˈdʒɪʃəs/ adjective 1. atrociously wicked; vicious; outrageous adj. “shamefully wicked, criminal,” late 14c., from Old French flagicieux or directly from Latin flagitiosus “shameful, disgraceful, infamous,” from flagitium “shameful act, passionate deed, disgraceful thing,” related […]
[flag-ler] /ˈflæg lər/ noun 1. Henry Morrison, 1830–1913, U.S. financier and developer in Florida.
- Flag lieutenant
noun 1. an admiral’s ADC
[flag-muh n] /ˈflæg mən/ noun, plural flagmen. 1. a person who signals with a or lantern, as at a railroad crossing. 2. a person who has charge of or carries a . /ˈflæɡmən/ noun (pl) -men 1. a person who has charge of, carries, or signals with a flag, esp a railway employee