The Collaborative International Dictionary
Flet \Flet\, p. p. of Fleet. Skimmed. [Obs.]
n. 1 (context rare or dialectal English) floor; bottom; lower surface. 2 (context rare or dialectal English) A house; home.
Usage examples of "flet".
Flet has been assigned to play Union of Opposites with Cather, because they are sibs and Cather is Different.
Alle hasped in his he3 wede to halle thay hym wonnen, Ther fayre fyre vpon flet fersly brenned.