floss[ flaws, flos ]SEE DEFINITION OF floss
Synonyms for floss
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FLOSS
The material most proper for them is floss wool, and they should be knitted with steel pins.
It is a sadder book than 'The Mill on the Floss,' of which it reminds us.
You floss up to the tallest domino and give him a good time.
I ventured to disagree with her, and to say that the Mill on the Floss was my favorite.
As for Floss, Helen had already got a hold upon that young lady.
“I do not believe you would, Floss,” agreed Helen, kissing her warmly.
His hair was long and curled at the ends, but it looked like floss silk.
Tow typified the hair of the man; floss silk that of the boy.
It was a blue-eyed, fresh-faced thing with floss of red-gold hair.
In the leaf the floss is sewn down with split-stitch, which forms the veining.