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Noun
/ˈflanl/,
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flannels, plural;
  1. A kind of soft-woven fabric, typically made of wool or cotton and slightly milled and raised
    • - my longest, thickest flannel nightgown
  2. Men's trousers made of such material

  3. A washcloth

  4. Bland fluent talk indulged in to avoid addressing a difficult subject or situation directly
    • - a simple admittance of ignorance was much to be preferred to any amount of flannel

  1. a soft light woolen fabric; used for clothing
  2. washcloth: bath linen consisting of a piece of cloth used to wash the face and body
  3. (usually in the plural) trousers made of flannel or gabardine or tweed or white cloth
  4. Flannel is a soft woven fabric, of various fineness. It usually doesn't have a nap, and instead gains its softness through the loosely spun yarn in its woven form. It is commonly used to make clothing, bed sheets, and sleepwear.
  5. Flannel were a 1990s band based in Brighton, England. Their style has been described as "anarcho-narco", meaning that they were influenced by anarchist politics and narcotic-using lifestyles. ...
  6. (Flannels) Cricket whites, also known as flannels, is the term used for the kit or uniform worn by most cricketers, and usually consists of trousers, shirt, jumper and a jockstrap.
  7. A soft cloth material woven from wool, possibly combined with cotton or synthetic fibers; A washcloth; Soothing plausible untruth and half truth, claptrap - "Don't talk flannel" [1][2][3]; to rub with a flannel; to flatter; suck up to; made of flannel
  8. (Flannels) School colours for sport
  9. (Flannels) The cream coloured clothing worn by a cricketer.
  10. 100% cotton fabric that has a brushed, napped surface.
  11. "A medium-weight, plain or twill weave fabric that is typically made from cotton, a cotton blend, or wool. The fabric has a very soft hand, brushed on both sides to lift the fiber ends out of the base fabric and create a soft, fuzzy surface. End-uses incl
  12. Usually a 100% cotton fabric that has been brushed on one or both sides for softness. Typically used for shirts and sleepwear.
  13. Brushed woven cotton, very soft, lightweight.
  14. A warm, soft fabric made in tightly woven twill or plain weave and finished with a light napping.
  15. Flannel is a cloth that is commonly used to make clothing and bedsheets. It is usually made from either wool, wool and cotton, or wool and synthetic fabric.
  16. A woven fabric that is napped (brushed to give a soft feel) on one or both sides, flannel can be very casual, like with plaid flannel shirts, or more formal, like with flannel suits.
  17. a smooth, usually cotton fabric that feels like brushed cotton.
  18. a cloth made from wool, which had a nap on one side and was generally used for bedding or winter clothing, e.g., "the children knew that spring had arrived when Jenny stored the flannel sheets."
  19. Plain or twill weave, can be fabric with a slightly napped surface.
  20. An old-school British term for “washcloth”. Since washcloths are somewhat rare in budget hotels, you might need to ask the front desk for a “flannel”.
  21. Known for its warmth and soft feel, this fabric is especially popular during the winter months.
  22. is a soft fabric which can be made from cotton, wool or synthetic fibers. It is usually loosely woven and slightly furry and is very, very warm. It's tendency to ravel makes it a very good fabric to use for rag quilt. ...
  23. Much like toweling, a short pile fabric, popular in 1970s sportswear particularly shorts.
  24. a soft woolen or worsted fabric, slightly napped on one side.
  25. wool or cotton fabric with a napped surface created by a heavy brush.