[flat-uh-ree] /ˈflæt ə ri/

noun, plural flatteries.
the act of .
a flattering compliment or speech; excessive, insincere praise.
[flat-ree] /ˈflæt ri/
Cape, a cape in NW Washington, on the Olympic Peninsula, at the entrance to Juan de Fuca Strait.
noun (pl) -teries
the act of flattering
excessive or insincere praise

early 14c., from Old French flaterie, from flater (see flatter).


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