Flat [adjective]

Definition of Flat:

level, smooth

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Sentence/Example of Flat:

Print advertisements for Quaker Rice Cakes from that period show thin, grinning models lying on their flat leotard-covered stomachs to emphasize the lightness of rice cakes.

Unlike the flat disk that gave rise to the planets in our own Solar System, the system’s disk consists of three misaligned rings.

It uses technology well, including flat-screen monitors that connect to the Internet and Bluetooth headphones.

The catch included two tiny species with coiled shells about 1 millimeter across, four midsize species with long, conical or urn-shaped shells of about 7 to 11 millimeters, and one species with a flat shell up to 14 millimeters across.

It combines the functionality of a suitcase and the durability of a duffel, with structured sides and interior pockets for ample gear hauling, a flat-bottom design that enables it to stand, and sturdy, oversize wheels.

For example, during the high-hormone phase when women are likely to feel flat physiologically, it’s not the best time to work hard.

So three games in all… but given what we’ve seen happen with previous devices like this, I wouldn’t be surprised if the fans crack it open and have it running a whole lot more than that in no time flat.

Unlike the flat disk that gave rise to the planets in our solar system, GW Orionis’ disk consists of three loops, with a warped middle ring and an inner ring even more twisted at a jaunty angle to the other two.

Some forecasters see a flat to declining outlook for the rest of the year and into 2021, while others see growth.

So, they’ve got some great natural resources, but it’s pretty flat and it’s pretty cold.