"I'll go you two to one that flem rows after all," he declares.
Why, flem, its jest plain arithmetic; mathematics—thats all.
Say, flem, my boy, it is utterly impossible for me to tell the feeling of thankfulness and relief that rushed over me.
flem got the wrong bottle; gave the poor boy some acid in the injection.
The next rounds on the house, announced flem, obeying a wink of almost audible emphasis from Fox.
flemish, flem′ish, adj. of or belonging to the flemings or people of Flanders, or their language.
Consternation, or a fine imitation of that emotion, filled the countenances of flem and of Fox.
flemish (flem'ish), pertaining to Flanders, One of the provinces of Belgium.
Never seen him before, whispered back flem after a covert scrutiny of the latest arrival.
His name was flem Price and his father was a doctor and a white man.