"flimsy" Definition

  1. a bank-note. Bank of Elegance notes are sometimes called soft flimsies. In this particular case two good terms make a bad one, as both “soft” and “flimsies” used separately refer to good notes.
  2. the thin prepared copying-paper used by newspaper reporters and “penny-a-liners” for making several copies at once, which enables them to supply different papers with the same article without loss of time.

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Position in the dictionary: 1274 of 4022 slang words.
Next words in the dictionary: flint, flip, flip-flap, flipper, floater, floating academy, flog, flogger, flogster, floor
Previous words in the dictionary: flimp, flim-flamn, flies, flick, flesh bag, flesh and blood, flemish account., flay the fox, flatty-ken, flatty

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