Origin of flaxen
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Examples from the Web for flaxy
"I don't believe this story is true," said Flaxy indignantly.
Flaxy looked up with a bright tear of sympathy, as Dudley continued.
Suddenly we heard Flaxy, who was officer in charge, coming up the stairs several steps at a time.The Story of General Pershing
Everett T. (Everett Titsworth) Tomlinson
It seemed to him it was all-white, flaxy sheets of linen, or sifted snow a-falling that he saw there through a rift in the mist.
- of, relating to, or resembling flax
- of a soft yellow colourflaxen hair
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Word Origin and History for flaxy
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