Origin of Flemish
OTHER WORDS FROM Flemishnon-Flemish, adjective, noun
Words nearby Flemish
How to use Flemish in a sentence
In elections last May, however, the Flemish separatists won big, which could eventually pave the way to a partitioned nation.
The English and their Flemish allies cheered and celebrated the victory in disbelief.
Shakespeare had one, as did the Flemish painter Anthony van Dyck, whom the Van Dyke was named after.
In 1998, Bill Gates was meeting with Flemish Minister and President Van den Brande when he got a pie in the kisser.
On the 6th of March they met eleven Flemish ships, and they saluted each other by a discharge of cannon.
Trust Henri then for being a lout, a simple fellow who spoke only Flemish—but could hear in many tongues.The Amazing Interlude|Mary Roberts Rinehart
Undoubtedly the result is an improvement on Flemish bond, obviating as it does the use of bats in the interior of the wall.
If the arch is in Flemish the soffit presents the same appearance as the elevation of a wall built in that bond.
Here the race is almost unmixed, and the peasants speak nothing but Flemish to each other.Belgium|George W. T. (George William Thomson) Omond