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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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Words that Rhyme with Flotsam

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

Example sentences of the word 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 containing the word 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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