Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
Examples from the Web for flintstone
Her uncle's grey head on his pillow was like a flintstone in chalk under her look by light of dawn; the chin had dropped.The Amazing Marriage, Complete
Over this flintstone every year the people come by thousands, and crawl on their naked knees or walk on their naked feet.Soldier Silhouettes on our Front
William L. Stidger
The stages stopped at Flintstone, and Thomas Robinson kept the leading tavern there, in the olden time.
As early as 1835 Jonathan Huddleson kept a tavern in Flintstone, and had the patronage of one of the stage lines.
Henry B. Elbon also kept a tavern in Flintstone for many years, but his career began after that of the old road ended.