Thesaurus / flimsies
other words for flimsies
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"I'd better take these two notes away," he said, beginning to fold up the flimsies.
THE GRELL MYSTERYFRANK FROEST
The grey editor with a gruff voice threw over a bundle of flimsies.
THE GREEN RUSTEDGAR WALLACE
Letters were letters in those days, and not the notes and cards and "flimsies" of to-day.
THE BRISTOL ROYAL MAILR. C. TOMBS
If there are no flimsies, the leaf opposite a plate often shows a set-off from it and is sometimes specially badly foxed.
FINE BOOKSALFRED W. POLLARD
In this particular case two good terms make a bad one, as both soft and flimsies used separately refer to good notes.
THE SLANG DICTIONARYJOHN CAMDEN HOTTEN
This morning he brought me a pocket-book, and in it eigh—ty pound flimsies.
All are dressed in paper flimsies of various shapes and colours.
A COTSWOLD VILLAGEJ. ARTHUR GIBBS
"I'd like to know how many flimsies there are in that packet," said Capel.
TOM GERRARDLOUIS BECKE
It was curious to see the contents of those press agent flimsies transcribed on the flaring columns as the livest news obtainable.
THE WHIRLIGIG OF TIMEWAYLAND WELLS WILLIAMS