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  • n. Plural form of flathead.


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  • Blue cats have the worst bite, Lee says ( "The difference between them and flatheads is like the difference between pit bulls and poodles"), but these flatheads look plenty tough to me.

    In the Monster's Maw

  • Even S'Armuna had made oblique references to their strong aversion to the ones they called flatheads, but she felt sure no Zelandonii would ever be as cruel as the woman who had been the leader of the S'Armunai.

    The Plains of Passage

  • "Because I think he must have lived with, perhaps grown up with, the ones you call flatheads," Ayla replied.

    The Plains of Passage

  • The ones you call flatheads, that is what they call themselves. "

    The Plains of Passage

  • The people who had raised Ayla, known as flatheads, but who called themselves Clan, communicated with depth and precision, though not primarily with words.

    The Plains of Passage

  • The first few pages plunge us into action when an axe-wielding man named Logen fights for his life against the Shanka "flatheads".

    THE BLADE ITSELF - Opening Chapters

  • "That's what 'flatheads' call themselves," Ayla explained, then began to speculate.

    The Plains of Passage

  • When Ayla heard "flatheads," she listened closely, curious to know if there were many Clan people nearby.

    The Plains of Passage

  • I often pass through the Songhees Reserve, and the recent controversy respecting the reserve, and the dilapidated state of the former homes of the Indians, induce me to recall the reserve as I knew it first, when it was swarming with "flatheads," men, women and children.

    Some Reminiscences of old Victoria

  • "Mamut says he doesn't think that 'flatheads' know anything about healing, so he doesn't believe I could have learned anything from them.

    The Mammoth Hunters


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