Part of speech: verb

To make flaws in; mar; crack.

Part of speech: noun

An inherent defect; weak spot; crack; fissure.

Part of speech: noun

A sudden puff of wind; a transient wind - storm.

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Usage examples "flaw":

  1. " Your argument seems to be without a flaw. - "A Damsel in Distress", Pelham Grenville Wodehouse.
  2. But hold- a sagacious commander, in the adversary's army, has found a flaw in the proceeding. - "The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Vol. I. (of 12)", Edmund Burke.
  3. Captain Hemming was on the watch for the slightest flaw of wind which might enable him to get out of his dangerous position. - "The Three Lieutenants", W.H.G. Kingston.