flaker

noun flak·er \ˈflākə(r)\

Definition of flaker

plural

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  1. :  one that flakes: such as a :  a person that produces flint flakes for striking fire or that manufactures flaked stone implements b :  a worker who places cleaned fish on flakes for drying c or flaking mill :  a machine for reducing material (as cereal grain, fish, soap, or ice) to flakes d :  a prehistoric implement of bone or other material used to press off flakes of stone in making stone implements

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