flaunch


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flaunch

(flɔːntʃ)
n
(Building) a cement or mortar slope around a chimney top, manhole, etc, to throw off water. Also called: flaunching
[C18: variant of flange]
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FLAUNCH A Slope on a chimney top B Cook quickly at a high temperature C Projecting or raised edge who am I?
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He identified that any concrete bed would be 'flaunched' (the practice of concreting up to mid level of the pipe).