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  • EN [ ˈflaʊndə(r)]
  • US [ ˈflaʊndər]

English definition


  • 1. flesh of any of various American and European flatfish

  • 2. any of various European and non-European marine flatfish


  • 1. walk with great difficulty;

    • "He staggered along in the heavy snow"
  • 2. behave awkwardly; have difficulties;

    • "She is floundering in college"

Example sentences

  • Sadly they are likely to flounder unless the Americans do more than just nudge them along.

  • We are glad that we live near the sea because we love to eat flounder.

  • Fish such as cod, flounder, and haddock are caught in this way.

  • She could only flounder through her song.

  • The next question from counsel left the witness flounder about for an answer.

  • One man goes over the ice, which bears him, and a score who follow flounder in.

  • American flounder having a yellowish tail.

  • His flounder in pain and sufferings dying.

  • I went crabbing this morning and caught a flounder with the crab net.

  • We have filet of sole , flounder, and baked shad.

  • Nutritions were the major factors that effect the pigmentation and eye migration in flounder.

  • I consider a flounder to be flat.

  • Flounder: Yeah, sure , it, it's great. Now let's get out here.

  • That points to one reason the fledgling revival of the vaccine sector may yet flounder: politics.

  • Even the most carefully devised plan will flounder.

  • Earlier writers, even before the Civil War, flounder and contradict themselves when discussing the problem.

  • The excellence poet gross flounder both ends in idiot and balance.

  • Myostatin ( MSTN ) gene was isolated from Japanese flounder ( Paralichthys olivaceus ) by homology cloning strategy and genome walking.

  • Foreign students often flounder in so unstructured an academic environment.

  • Sometimes I desire a dream of past , but flounder and wake up, all remaining the same.

  • We flounder through deep snow to get to the store.

  • The plane had begun to drop and flounder wildly.

  • We are not glad those we live near the sea since we love to eat flounder.

  • Like all modern flatfish , the yellowtail flounder has both eyes on one side of its head.

  • Flounder: You know I can't swim that fast.

  • He couldn't swim and just flounder about in the water.

  • Juvenile spot moves into shallow water to escape from flounder.

  • What a pity that his career was left to flounder.

  • Mr. Dambar had loaded his plate with stuffed flounder.


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