[flee-flik-er] /ˈfliˌflɪk ər/
a deceptive offensive play in which the ball is passed or transferred laterally before or after a forward pass.
A play combining a lateral pass and a forward pass: You won’t get the flea-flickers and special-teams gambles from Holmgren (1920s+ Football)
[fleem] /flim/ noun 1. Surgery. a kind of lancet, as for opening veins. 2. the beveled leading edge of a sawtooth. /fliːm/ noun 1. (archaic) a lancet used for letting blood
[flee-pit] /ˈfliˌpɪt/ noun, British Slang. 1. a shabby public place, especially a run-down motion-picture theater. /ˈfliːˌpɪt/ noun 1. (informal) a shabby cinema or theatre
[flee-wurt, -wawrt] /ˈfliˌwɜrt, -ˌwɔrt/ noun 1. a European plantain, Plantago psyllium, having seeds that are used in medicine. /ˈfliːˌwɜːt/ noun 1. any of various plants of the genus Senecio, esp S. integrifolius, a European species with yellow daisy-like flowers and rosettes of downy leaves: family Asteraceae (composites) 2. a Eurasian plantain, Plantago psyllium (or P. […]
- Flea powder
noun phrase A weakened or diluted narcotic, or a nonnarcotic substance sold as a narcotic; blank (1960s+ Narcotics)