Noun(1) flesh of any of various American and European flatfish(2) any of various European and non-European marine flatfish
Verb(1) walk with great difficulty(2) behave awkwardly; have difficulties
(1) For most of the strike the Ghattahoochee Valley workers saw their movement flounder , with only occasional outbreaks of violence.(2) So when you see your dog flopping around like a flounder , take a breath.(3) Some say that it wards off depression and this may be so, as people who enjoy sharp mental faculties are more likely to be confident and outgoing than those who flounder around in a mental fog.(4) The others watched him kick and flounder as he struggled up, then saw his feet disappear.(5) The heaviest flounder , gafftop catfish and sheepshead each is worth a Scout 175 Sportfish center console rigged with a 90 Mercury and a McClain trailer.(6) Using special head organs, the predators can detect even the slightest muscle twitch of a flounder buried in sand.(7) The study was spurred by previous observations of feminization in estuarine fish, particularly the flounder , a common flatfish, Matthiessen said.(8) Championing lower cable prices via legislation is a no-lose proposition for Frank, who may well be content to let the bill flounder .(9) And there was a point where I yelled something like, ├ö├ç├┐Everyone dance like a flounder !├ö├ç├û(10) However, with these types of historical documents, the risk of not including a preface is that the uninitiated could flounder through confusing language and unfamiliar historical episodes.(11) I'm a grilled flounder / white wine sort of girl.(12) It looked like a flounder , although I couldn't be sure, and it was mounted on a panel, in a trophy-like manner.(13) They show considerable sequence homology to pleurocidins, antimicrobial peptides of the flounder , Pseudopleuronectes americanus.(14) The other one is sand sole which I suppose is equivalent to a flounder here.(15) In Japan, which unfortunately continues to flounder , any negative effect on global trade would be serious for its very many household-name exporting companies.(16) Then we would come down behind the net, making a noise and splashing the water to move the flounder .
(1) flounder :: flounder
1. struggle ::
2. struggle financially ::
tauivi i tulaga tau tupe
3. stagger ::
Different Formsflounder, floundered, floundering, flounders
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