Common misspellings for flat

flucate, fellato, flght, flast, flyght, filty, flac, flst, fload, follet, fliht, aflot, faat, felet, flah, flead, flith, flauty, flouat, foulght, flaviu, fgelt, flattly, feltt, fiald, flent, fomat, falult, flam, floght, flae, feelt, faact, fetlt, filte, fllats, folty, felkt, feltl, flest, felty, fillit, featl, falet, fliet, flawd, flet, feelit, flgiht, flaf, fflirt, feelthat, fdata, faullt, flught, flt, firat, ficilate, falt, floaty, falowd, qulaty, fourlt, fluite, lat, lfat, filetype, fllet, forlift, fullyt, glat, fefault, fleat, flert, flate, fealt, flitgh, folate, fullt, flaot, felft, fliar, fualt, forwhat, flutie, fthat, flaur, flurt, filght, lfet, fautl, flwo, filatio, flata, falc, filrt, fawet, flan, feald, feilt, faludi, fugata, soflt, falut, falst, follett, defulat, floot, flach, flelt, feltthat, fulty, foucalt, deflat, aflat, floag, fuilt, fwlt, leflet, flagg, afalt, flas, flal, laflet, fualty, fullty, felit, foult, flatout, flad, flitty, flote, filotei, flort, ifelt, fleeet, fellt, flard, flot, flrit, filight, firlst, flaut, affloat, flaten, forulate, fligt, fletc, fla, flant, fallt, fluant, feact, flity, fullfit, flont, froat, floatie, finlad, fliter, fieald, fhat, ficilaty, fllt, felta, fewlt, fland, ffet, flyte, afleat, fluet, fcat, flater, fulid, fluit, fuelmate, afillate, flaz, deflaut, fsat, ffelt, falw, flawnt, floatin, frlit, flowt, flatery, flaud, fght, felyt, flym, felatio, failt, fallto, difult, foat, flar, falty, furcoat, fwhat, flut, faluty, flist, flite, flatt, hleat, facat, flawe, fullday, faluar, laght, aflota, felidae, fatol, felat, feltit, feltyt, feolt, firlt, faltt, gflat, flavot, flghty, fulfit, fluenat, fludi, foalte, foldabe, folaite, fuliet, llate, klet, tlet, xltt.

Definitions of flat

  1.   scenery consisting of a wooden frame covered with painted canvas; part of a stage setting
  2.   A flat- bottomed boat, without keel, and of small draught.
  3.   Below the true pitch; hence, as applied to intervals, minor, or lower by a half step; as, a flat seventh; A flat.
  4.   wholly or completely; " He is flat broke"
  5.   Anything that is flat; the flat side of a thing.
  6.   1. Of even plane surface. 2. Without resonance and of low pitch, said of a percussion note. 3. Insipid, without flavor; not effervescent.
  7.   lacking the expected range or depth; not designed to give an illusion or depth; " a film with two- dimensional characters"; " a flat two- dimensional painting"
  8.   ( of a tire) completely or partially deflated
  9.   not modified or restricted by reservations; " a categorical denial"; " a flat refusal"
  10.   In a level or prostrate position; exactly; used of amounts, etc.; as, he ran the race in three minutes flat.
  11.   Lying at full length, or spread out, upon the ground; level with the ground or earth; prostrate; as, to lie flat on the ground; hence, fallen; laid low; ruined; destroyed.
  12.   Level; prostrate.
  13.   Clear; unmistakable; peremptory; absolute; positive; downright.
  14.   To make flat; to flatten; to level.
  15.   A floor, loft, or story in a building; especially, a floor of a house, which forms a complete residence in itself.
  16.   A horizontal vein or ore deposit auxiliary to a main vein; also, any horizontal portion of a vein not elsewhere horizontal.
  17.   Positive; absolute.
  18.   in a forthright manner; candidly or frankly; " he didn't answer directly"; " told me straight out"; " came out flat for less work and more pay"
  19.   against a flat surface; " he lay flat on his back"
  20.   Without allowance for accrued interest.
  21.   flattened laterally along the whole length ( e. g., certain leafstalks or flatfishes)
  22.   Flatly.
  23.   To depress in tone, as a musical note; especially, to lower in pitch by half a tone.
  24.   A car without a roof, the body of which is a platform without sides; a platform car.
  25.   Having a head at a very obtuse angle to the shaft; - said of a club.
  26.   Not sharp or shrill; not acute; as, a flat sound.
  27.   A character [] before a note, indicating a tone which is a half step or semitone lower.
  28.   Wanting relief; destitute of variety; without points of prominence and striking interest.
  29.   Having an even surface; level; without, or with but a moderate, inclination; prostrate; laid low; ruined; wanting relief or prominence of the figures; insipid; dull; without point or spirit; depressed; dejected; unpleasing; peremptory; absolute; not sharp; low, as the prices of goods, or dull, as sales.
  30.   lacking taste or flavor or tang; " a bland diet"; " insipid hospital food"; " flavorless supermarket tomatoes"; " vapid beer"; " vapid tea"
  31.   Flattening at the ends; - said of certain fruits.
  32.   not made with leavening; " most flat breads are made from unleavened dough"
  33.   not reflecting light; not glossy; " flat wall paint"; " a photograph with a matte finish"
  34.   The flat part, or side, of anything; as, the broad side of a blade, as distinguished from its edge.
  35.   a deflated pneumatic tire
  36.   lacking variety in shading; " a flat unshaded painting"
  37.   To become flat, or flattened; to sink or fall to an even surface.
  38.   To flatten; to make vapid or tasteless; to make dull or unammated; to depress.
  39.   A level or extended plain; a shoal or shallow; an even surface; a story or floor of a house; a sign in music which lowers the following note half a tone.
  40.   without pleats
  41.   lowered in pitch by one chromatic semitone; " B flat"
  42.   Monotonous; dull.
  43.   Something broad and flat in form
  44.   having no depth or thickness
  45.   Having an even and horizontal, or nearly horizontal surface, without elevations or depressions, hills or valleys; level without inclination; as, flat land, a flat roof; prostrate; lying the whole length on the ground; level with the ground; fallen; laid low; ruined; in the fine arts, wanting relief or prominence of the figures; tasteless; state; vapid; insipid; dead; as, fruit flat to the taste; dull; unanimated; frigid; without point or spirit; that can give no relish or interese; brought to an end; brought to nought; caused to collapse; ruined; not relieved, broken, or softened; peremptory; absolute; positive; downright; as, he gave the petitioner a flat denial; in music, below the natural or the true pitch; hence, as applied to intervals, indicating a note half a tone below its natural; minor; a flat fifth is an interval of a fifth diminished by a flat; not sharp or shrill; not acute; as, a flat sound; in gram. applied to one of that division of consonants, in the enunciation of which voice ( in contradistinction to breath) is heard- opposed to sharp; as, b, d, g, z, v; lacking briskness of commercial exchange or dealings; depressed; dull; as, the market was very flat.
  46.   Having an even and horizontal surface, or nearly so, without prominences or depressions; level without inclination; plane.
  47.   A level expanse; story of a house; in mus., a note lowered a semitone; the sign ( b) indicating this depression.
  48.   a suite of rooms usually on one floor of an apartment house
  49.   To fall form the pitch.
  50.   a level tract of land
  51.   parallel to the ground; " a flat roof"
  52.   A homaloid space or extension.
  53.   A dull fellow; a simpleton; a numskull.
  54.   Smooth; even; level; tasteless; insipid; depressed; unanimated; positive or downright.
  55.   with flat sails; " sail flat against the wind"
  56.   Level; even; smooth; horizontal; insipid; as, a flat taste; positive; downright; low; said of prices; dull; said of sales; without interest; sounded below the true pitch.
  57.   Lacking liveliness of commercial exchange and dealings; depressed; dull; as, the market is flat.
  58.   A surface without relief or prominences; a level or extended plain; a low tract of land; a level ground lying at a small depth under the surface of water; a shoal; a shallow; a strand; a sandbank under water; something broad and flat in form; as, ( a) a broad, flat- bottomed boat without a keel, generally used in river navigation; ( b) a broad- brimmed, low- crowned straw hat; ( c) a railway car without a roof; the flat part or side of anything; as, the upper extended surface of the hand, the broad side of a sword or knife, and the like; in music, a mark of depression in sound, marked thus, and used to lower or depress, by the degree of a semitone, any note in the natural scale; an accidental flat is one which does not occurin the signature, and which affects only the bar in which it is placed; a double flat depresses a note two semitones below its natural pitch; in arch. that part of the covering of a house laid horizontal, and covered with lead or other material; a story or floor of a building, especially when fitted up for a single family; a foolish fellow; a simpleton; one who is easily duped; a gull; in ship- building, one of the timbers in midships; in theatres, one of the halves of such scenes or parts of scenes as are formed by two equal portions pushed from the sides of the stage and meeting in the centre.
  59.   A platform on wheel, upon which emblematic designs, etc., are carried in processions.
  60.   To level; to lay smooth or even; to make broad and smooth; to flatten; to make vapid or tasteless; to make dull or unanimated; to depress; in music, to reduce below the true pitch, as a note, by depressing it half a tone.
  61.   Level; monotonous; dull; spiritless; positive; in mus., lowered a semitone.
  62.   not increasing as the amount taxed increases
  63.   In a level position; so as to be flat; flatly.
  64.   Below pitch.
  65.   Sonant; vocal; - applied to any one of the sonant or vocal consonants, as distinguished from a nonsonant ( or sharp) consonant.
  66.   A straw hat, broad- brimmed and low- crowned.
  67.   A level surface, without elevation, relief, or prominences; an extended plain; specifically, in the United States, a level tract along the along the banks of a river; as, the Mohawk Flats.
  68.   To render dull, insipid, or spiritless; to depress.
  69.   A level or extended plain; a shallow; shoal; story or floor of a house; the broad or plane part of a thing, as of a sword; surface without relief or prominence; a musical sign which lowers the succeeding note half a tone; the tone so lowered.
  70.   To grow flat; to fall to an even surface; to become insipid, or dull and unanimated; in music, to depress the voice; to render a sound less sharp; to fall below the true pitch.
  71.   freight car without permanent sides or roof
  72.   To lower; flatten.
  73.   A level; low land washed by the tide; shoal.
  74.   Not having an inflectional ending or sign, as a noun used as an adjective, or an adjective as an adverb, without the addition of a formative suffix, or an infinitive without the sign to. Many flat adverbs, as in run fast, buy cheap, are from AS. adverbs in - e, the loss of this ending having made them like the adjectives. Some having forms in ly, such as exceeding, wonderful, true, are now archaic.
  75.   below the proper pitch; " she sang flat last night"
  76.   having lost effervescence; " flat beer"; " a flat cola"
  77.   lacking stimulating characteristics; uninteresting; " a bland little drama"; " a flat joke"
  78.   A tone a half step lower than a tone from which it is named, represented by the character b.
  79.   A level tract lying at little depth below the surface of water, or alternately covered and left bare by the tide; a shoal; a shallow; a strand.
  80.   a shallow box in which seedlings are started
  81.   In a flat manner; directly; flatly.
  82.   A set of rooms on one floor; apartment.
  83.   a musical notation indicating one half step lower than the note named
  84.   A level plain; a tract lying at a small depth under water; a shoal or shallow; the broad flat side of anything; depression of thought or language; a boat, broad and flat- bottomed; a hat made of straw braid with a low crown and broad brim; one who is easily duped; a mark of depression in sound, thus which lowers a note a semitone; that part of the covering of a house which is laid horizontally and usually covered with lead or other material; in building, a floor in a house.
  85.   at full length; " he fell flat on his face"
  86.   Tasteless; stale; vapid; insipid; dead; as, fruit or drink flat to the taste.
  87.   Unanimated; dull; uninteresting; without point or spirit; monotonous; as, a flat speech or composition.
  88.   having a horizontal surface in which no part is higher or lower than another; " a flat desk"; " acres of level farmland"; " a plane surface"
  89.   lacking contrast or shading between tones
  90.   stretched out and lying at full length along the ground; " found himself lying flat on the floor"
  91.   To grow flat; to become insipid or dull; to depress the voice.
  92.   Flatness.

Antonyms for flat

dazzling, darling, upright, sleek, congenial, indirectly, unpredictable, charismatic, arresting, seasoned, rich, glistening, acidic, fetching, indefinite, wondrous, changeful, salty, candescent, adjustable, zesty, trenchant, toothy, tart, beaming, dubious, pleasing, pleasurable, poignant, mutable, mercurial, deep, rise, glowing, attractive, roughened, exciting, Undulating, mouthwatering, engaging, spectacular, glinting, cloying, cubic, unsmoothed, absorbing, inexact, tantalizing, near, spellbinding, luminous, refulgent, gleaming, dulcet, altitudinous, Honed, steep, luscious, delicious, fluid, perpendicular, changeable, piquant, pleasant, inspiring, scraggy, nippy, sunny, captivating, bumpy, dainty, coarse, appetizing, glamorous, abrupt, towering, uneven, spirited, invigorating, cutting, burnished, Undulatory, sloping, enchanting, flavored, flickery, rugged, palatable, amazing, alluring, scrumptious, enthralling, flavorful, fun, Tartish, bold, beguiling, elevation, mound, strong, gripping, ragged, jolly, heavy, surprising, effulgent, diverting, unstable, plumb, satin, lucid, lush, comparative, altitude, serrated, effervescent, charming, inconstant, Stropped, amusing, electrifying, open-ended, upland, restricted, varnished, polished, unappetizing, rough, fascinating, lustrous, delectable, resplendent, succulent, Lacquered, enjoyable, unsettled, hump, elfin, twinkling, linear, toothsome, Delightsome, sickening, nice, rip-roaring, pebbly, rolling, inclined, vertical, loathsome, imprecise, saw-toothed, slick, racy, sharp, sweet, distasteful, heavenly, intriguing, buffed, prominence, entertaining, breathtaking, sourish, lofty, magnetic, appealing, galvanizing, agreeable, slanting, delish, bright, pretty, scintillating, unsteady, touching, moving, entrancing, riveting, stand up, tasty, exhilarating, Attracting, provocative, lucent, glossy, suspenseful, Rubbed, craggy, variable, natural, brilliant, forcible, irregular, questionable, contrasty, tangy, dreamy, abysmal, grateful, ground, Bedazzling, mesmerizing, sparkling, pitted, vinegary, stimulating, pockmarked, warped, thrilling, eye-opening, relative, fluctuating, astonishing, modulated, edged, good, sour, uncertain, disgusting, gratifying, acid, scraggly, aglow, tasteful, approximate, profound, three-dimensional, hilly, erect, volatile, glimmering, temperamental, raised, one-dimensional, glazed, jagged, Gemmy, Luring, yummy, fulgent, bottomless, height, mawkish, slippery, equivocal, stirring, keen, Brightened, shiny, interesting, Pocky, unpalatable, astounding, tall, ambrosial, shellacked, unidimensional, awesome, precipitous, fabulous, sharpened, engrossing, serrate, silken, seductive, Involving, sensational, acidulous, savory, lambent, pungent, bewitching, satisfying, welcome, broken, thick, eminence, negotiable, lumpy, glittering, flavorous, flavorsome, meaty, radiant, spicy, wonderful, unspecified, blessed, rousing, pert, substantial, qualified, edgy, enlivening, hair-raising, wavy, standing, zingy, energizing, active, unaligned, shimmering, marvelous, delightful, felicitous, capricious, shining, sheer, animating, silky, doubtful, sapid, Whetted, satiny, incandescent.

Quotes of flat

  1. Don't be afraid to fall flat on your face. – Eddy Arnold
  2. I started performing at two or three on a tape recorder, one of those little flat recorders where you just push play and record. – Erykah Badu
  3. I get a little jealous of these actor boys. They walk into a club, and in two seconds flat there are swarms of girls who are wanting so badly to touch them or just say hello. That's not the case with me, or any other girl I know. – Claire Danes
  4. Remember that a painting- before it is a battle horse, a nude model, or some anecdote- is essentially a flat surface covered with colours assembled in a certain order. – Maurice Denis
  5. Women have been taught that, for us, the earth is flat and that if we venture out, we will fall off the edge. Some of us have ventured out nevertheless, and so far we have not fallen off. It is my faith, my feminist faith, that we will not. – Andrea Dworkin
  6. My eyes are too big, my nose is too flat my ears stick out, my mouth is too big and my face is too small... my body is thin as a clarinet and my ankles are so skinny that I wear two pairs of bobby socks because I don't want people to see how thin they are. – Goldie Hawn
  7. The Evangelical party in the Church of Scotland will lay all flat if they be not prevented. – Edward Irving
  8. Unless you're flat out dead, you have to think of some other questions like: what's on the other side? It brings up issues of God, or no God. How does he play into this? Or he, or she, or it? How does it all play into this? – Michael Keaton
  9. I am pleased to be considered a 'denier' in this cause if this puts me in the class with those who defied prevailing 'scientific consensus' that the earth was flat and that the earth was the not the center of the universe. – William Lyons
  10. I used to lie in bed in my flat and imagine what would happen if there was a zombie attack. – Simon Pegg
  11. When I did it, I was a starving musician in London in a basement flat but a simple tune with the right singer or the right situation can become very well liked and accepted. I'm only too pleased to say it happened with that one. – Mick Ralphs
  12. Like Godfather, you look at a movie like that, or something that James Gray has directed, a film with minimal or pin lighting as opposed to everything being lit bright and flat where everything is evident. – Bill Sienkiewicz
  13. A slight touch of friendly malice and amusement towards those we love keeps our affections for them from turning flat – Logan P. Smith
  14. Clearly, if we'd had the kind of computer graphics capability then that we have now, the Star Gate sequence would be much more complex than flat planes of light and color. – Douglas Trumbull

Usage examples for flat

  1. “ " There, look at that nice broad, flat boat. ” – The Northern Iron 1907 by George A. Birmingham
  2. The thought of the funeral in the early evening in the flat below ours, and Jim's innocent inquiry concerning it, had flashed upon me. ” – Cupid's Middleman by Edward B. Lent
  3. Tell me who and what to you is that man living in your flat – Lonesome Town by Ethel and James Dorrance
  4. And I can do anything; that's flat – Redemption and Two Other Plays by Leo Tolstoy
  5. There was a flat tone in Miriam's voice. ” – Moor Fires by E. H. (Emily Hilda) Young
  6. “ " Look you, my dear Batonnin," said Monsieur Clairval, laughing heartily, " your news fell rather flat – Monsieur Cherami by Charles Paul de Kock
  7. In the afternoon Olivia went to London and drove from Paddington to Grey's flat – The Loudwater Mystery by Edgar Jepson
  8. Then we need not expect another- in the flat just yet? ” – Man and Maid by Elinor Glyn
  9. “ I came down on him flat – Read-Aloud Plays by Horace Holley
  10. If it comes along, all we can do is to go out and lie flat on the ties and trust to luck. ” – Roy Blakeley's Camp on Wheels by Percy Keese Fitzhugh
  11. None of them are flat she said, and none of them have two eyes on one side of the head. ” – The Sun's Babies by Edith Howes
  12. She was living in his flat living on his money. ” – The Song of Songs by Hermann Sudermann
  13. So they all bent over flat on the hay, while Prince and Daisy drew them safely into the big barn. ” – Bobby of Cloverfield Farm by Helen Fuller Orton
  14. She at least got a good breakfast at Mabel's flat – Comrade Yetta by Albert Edwards
  15. What could be more natural than for Angela to take a flat in town and Conlan to live here? ” – Colorado Jim by George Goodchild
  16. “ I had now to cross lots that were cleared and covered with snow, the houses being thick on the road, which I was to cross, and for fear of being heard, I lay myself flat on my stomach and crept along on the frozen snow. ” – Journal of Dr. Elias Cornelius, a Revolutionary Surgeon by Elias Cornelius
  17. We called for Mr. Wymans and drove on to Mrs. Delaporte's flat – An Amiable Charlatan by E. Phillips Oppenheim
  18. This is knowing not only that the earth is round, but knowing exactly where it is flat – Orthodoxy by G. K. Chesterton
  19. The earth was just as round in the days when people supposed it to be flat as it is now. ” – The Damnation of Theron Ware by Harold Frederic
  20. Forty yards to the right lay a nearly flat bar; but could he make that forty yards? ” – Bring Me His Ears by Clarence E. Mulford

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