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flannelled Line breaks: flan|nelled
Pronunciation: /ˈflan(ə)ld/
(US also flanneled)

Definition of flannelled in English:

adjective

[usually in combination]
Wearing flannel trousers: a rather stout boy, grey-flannelled, pulling off a school cap
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  • The sight of white flannelled fools on a green meadow brings a smile to the faces of those who despise sport.
  • If that were so, it would be a shocking injustice to a flannelled gentleman who, by all accounts, played his cricket with immeasurable grace and infinite style.
  • But all changed when Freddy Flintoff and his flannelled friends took on the Australians, and won.

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