flexura flex·u·ra (flěk-sur’ə, -shur’ə)
n. pl. flex·u·rae (flěk-sur’ē, -shur’ē)
A bend; a flexure.
[flek-sher] /ˈflɛk ʃər/ noun 1. the act of or bending. 2. the state of being or bent. 3. the part bent; bend; fold. /ˈflɛkʃə/ noun 1. the act of flexing or the state of being flexed 2. a bend, turn, or fold flexure flex·ure (flěk’shər) n. flex’ur·al adj.
noun 1. (aeronautics) a collapsible fabric delta wing, as used with hang-gliders
[fley] /fleɪ/ verb, fleyed, fleying. Chiefly Scot. 1. to frighten; terrify. /fleɪ/ verb (Scot & Northern English, dialect) 1. to be afraid or cause to be afraid 2. (transitive) to frighten away; scare
Flash Lights Impressively.