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- n. Alternative form of flatty.
- n. A flat white (type of coffee).
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A flat-bottomed boat.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Necessity drove me to the acquirement of boat sense, and now I manage my home-built "flattie" -- mean substitute for the neat yacht which necessity compelled me to part with -- very courageously in ordinary weather; and I am content to stay at home when Neptune is frothy at the lips.
Afrikaans word for barbecue -- wouldn't be the same without, say, a spiced chicken "flattie"
It's also known as the "flattie" or more imaginatively, the "safety-pin" for its similarities to the metal fastener.
Yes | No | Report from texastriedandtrue wrote 44 weeks 11 hours ago well knowing that most people wouldnt find my spot any way its in eliasville on the brazos river below the dam caught my pb 50lb flattie there this past fall and have caught many others over 20 down there i have some other spots that are staying hidden however
Her pose was slightly insolent, slewed sideways on the old kitchen chair, legs crossed nonchalantly, one foot flopping up and down in its Ferragamo flattie, both legs on full display because she was in the shortest miniskirt Carmine had ever seen.
My flattie had brought my clothes in, so all was well.
Pachouli takes the right, forcing me to pass flattie on the left.
Another thought - mah flattie sed it looks like it has harlequin ichthiyosis.
A flattie slid over the side of the cutter and plopped into the water, and Black Charley, with a couple of downcast boys, came alongside the NAUTILUS.
I discovered myself day-dreaming for a blissful moment or two ere the crude anchor of the flattie slipped slowly to the mud twelve feet below.
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