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1. flotsam

noun. ['ˈflɑːtsəm'] the floating wreckage of a ship.

Synonyms

  • jetsam

Etymology

  • floteson (Anglo-Norman)
  • flotaison (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

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Rhymes with Flotsam

  • adventuresome
  • adventuresome
  • ambisone
  • atheism
  • awesome
  • awesome
  • axsom
  • balsam
  • bassam
  • beanblossom
  • belkacem
  • blossom
  • bloxham
  • bloxom
  • bloxsom
  • bothersome
  • bransom
  • burdensome
  • busam
  • buxom

How do you pronounce flotsam?

Pronounce flotsam as ˈflɑtsəm.

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Sentences with flotsam


1. Noun, singular or mass
Scoop off the flotsam and lay out your healthy seed on a new layer of newsprint to dry.

2. Noun, plural
Move the pump to a location where the plants or river flotsam do not flow into the pump.

Quotes about flotsam


1. Flowers don't tell, they show. That's the way good books should be too."--Stephanie Skeem. Author of Flotsam
- Stephanie Skeem

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