Then Finn turned to his mate and affectionately licked her low-hanging ears, flews, and dewlap.
At the end of spring the diggers flock back out of the Desert and exchange chaff and flews in the gorgeous verandahs.
The brows are prominent; the flews very long—sometimes a couple of inches—and the nostrils large and well dilated.
Yesterday I'd ben willin to bet a 20-cent seegar that my gal, Maria, would 'er lep cross one of the flews of Haydies for me.
"smoke channel in a chimney," 1580s, perhaps related to 15c. word meaning "mouthpiece of a hunting horn," or perhaps from Old English flowan "to flow," and/or Old French fluie "stream."