the maximum possible speed of a ship.
[flan-l] /ˈflæn l/ noun 1. a soft, slightly napped fabric of wool or wool and another fiber, used for trousers, jackets, shirts, etc. 2. a soft, warm, light fabric of cotton or cotton and another fiber, thickly napped on one side and used for sleepwear, undergarments, sheets, etc. 3. flannels. 4. British. verb (used with […]
[flan-l-bawrd, -bohrd] /ˈflæn lˌbɔrd, -ˌboʊrd/ noun 1. a flannel-covered surface to which other pieces, as letters of the alphabet, numbers, etc., adhere merely by contact, used mainly in schools as a visual aid. /ˈflænəlˌbɔːd/ noun 1. a visual aid used in teaching consisting of a board covered with flannel to which pictures, diagrams, etc will […]
[flan-l-et] /ˌflæn lˈɛt/ noun 1. a warm, soft cotton fabric, plain or printed, napped on one side.
noun, Chiefly North Midland U.S. 1. griddlecake; pancake.