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Definition of: flake

(flāk) noun
1. A small flat fragment or loosely cohering mass; a thin piece or chip of anything; scale; fleck.
2. A carnation having stripes of any single color on a white ground.
3. A gleam of light; flash.
4. Naut. The flat coil of a stowed cable; a fake.
adjective Anthropol. Denoting that form of Paleolithic stone implement shaped from the thin flakes chipped off the core of a large lump.

v.t. & v.i. flaked, flak·ing

1. To peel off in flakes.
2. To form into flakes.
3. To spot or become spotted with flakes. [ME <Scand. Akin to FLAG4.]

Definition of: flake

(flāk) noun
1. A light staging or platform for drying fish.
2. A flap on a saddle to keep the rider's knee from the horse. [<ON flaki hurdle]

Definition of: flake

(flāk) v. flaked, flak·ing Slang v.i.
1. To retire or go to sleep, as from exhaustion: usually with out.

2. To fatigue; exhaust: usually with out.

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