Vlissingen(redirected from Flushing, Netherlands)
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Vlis·sing·en(vlĭs′ĭng-ən) also Flush·ing (flŭsh′ĭng)
A city of southwest Netherlands on an island in the Scheldt estuary and the North Sea. Chartered in 1315, it was one of the first Dutch towns to rebel against Spain (1572).
(Placename) the Dutch name for Flushing
a seaport on Walcheren Island, in the SW Netherlands. 46,055.Dutch, Vlissingen.