flanked definition

  • verb:
    • Simple last and previous participle of to flank.
    • Simple last and previous participle of to flank.
    • Easy last and past participle of to flank.
    • Simple past and previous participle of to flank.
    • Easy last and past participle of to flank.
    • Easy past and previous participle of to flank.
  • others:
    • In heraldry, same as flanched; particularly, having flanches associated with the pointed or angular kind.
    • In heraldry, just like flanched; especially, having flanches for the pointed or angular kind.
    • In heraldry, same as flanched; specifically, having flanches regarding the pointed or angular kind.
    • In heraldry, same as flanched; particularly, having flanches of pointed or angular kind.
    • In heraldry, identical to flanched; especially, having flanches of the pointed or angular form.
    • In heraldry, just like flanched; especially, having flanches of this pointed or angular kind.

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