flay flay  /f ˈleɪ/

Definition(s):

  • (v) strip the skin off

Usage(s):

  1. There are statistics to back up every point in that sad litany, but I also found people eager to flay nearly every statistic.
  2. But President Hoover, so often unlucky, picked a bad day in which to flay short wheat speculators as the cause of depressed prices.
  3. In Great Britain, where the Labor Party is Socialist in platform and doctrine, Socialist Ramsay MacDonald was urged by his hotter-headed Clydeside followers to flay the Encyclical.

News

  1. The Rail: Q. and A. With Bobby Flay

    A conversation with the celebrity chef and horse breeder and owner Bobby Flay, who was honored with the Earle I. Mack Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation Champion Award at the inaugural Belmont Stakes Charity Celebration on Thursday night.        
    on June 12, 2013     Source: New York Times

  2. Bobby Flay: Cooking for Obama, Chinese president was 'a great honor'

    Celebrity chef Bobby Flay cooked up dinner for not one, but two, global superpowers recently. Flay prepared dishes for President Barack Obama and Chinese President Xi Jinping when the two leaders met late last week in California.“It was a great honor. It was really amazing,” Flay told TODAY’s Matt Lauer on Tuesday.The menu included Porterhouse steak, lobster tamales and individual cherry pies ...
    on June 11, 2013     Source: MSNBC

  3. What Bobby Flay cooked for Obama's dinner with Chinese president

    The White House says celebrity chef Bobby Flay prepared a menu for the two leaders that included lobster tamales, Porterhouse steak and cherry pie.
    on June 10, 2013     Source: The Oregonian

Quotes

  • "Churchill Downs is thrilled to partner with Chef Bobby Flay on our Kentucky Derby Party program, as we look for ways to extend the Kentucky Derby experience to sports fans around the world," said Casey Cook, senior director of marketing for...
    on Mar 6, 2008 By: Cook Source: Business Wire (press release)

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