Definition of flews in English:

flews

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Pronunciation: /fluːz
 
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noun

The thick hanging lips of a bloodhound or similar dog.
More example sentences
  • He cocked his head quizzically and his tongue nervously lapped at his flews.
  • A Newfoundland's drop ears also keep out water, and very loose flews allow him to breath while carrying something as he swims.
  • The wolf ran his tongue along his flews like a person wetting their lips before the on take of some great feast; to break some fast that plagued his bitter soul.

Origin

late 16th century: of unknown origin.

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