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Line breaks: fil¦lis
Pronunciation: /ˈfɪlɪs/

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Definition of fillis in English:


[mass noun] British
Loosely twisted string, used especially for tying up plants.


early 20th century: from French filasse 'tow'.

Words that rhyme with fillis

amaryllis, cilice, Dilys, Phyllis

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