from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun An iron for pressing clothes, especially one that is heated externally, as on a hearth or stove.
from The Century Dictionary.
- noun An iron for smoothing cloth. It is made very hot and then passed quickly and firmly over the dampened surface of the fabric to be smoothed. Also
sad-iron, or simply iron.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun An iron with a flat, smooth surface for ironing clothes.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- noun A simple
iron(for pressing laundry) which is heatedon a stove
- noun especially referring to the shape of a building a
quadrilateralwith two parallelsides, one of which is very short, and whose non-parallel sides are longer than either parallel side.
- adjective Having a flatiron shape
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- noun an iron that was heated by placing it on a stove
Sorry, no etymologies found.
i think youre thinking of a margaritta pizza those are usually more expensive but worth the cost IMO. for personal brick oven in flatiron i go to waldys on 6th between 27th and 28th, i dont know of any other brick ovens in the area but i have to admit i havent really looked
I cant get on twitter and their wesbite says their in flatiron.
So we had to find our way crosstown to Broadway and East 29th aka the flatiron district!
This notorious local restaurant/bar/filthy-but-fun hang-out fills the pointy end of the "flatiron" shaped building.
It's a neat old thing, one of those corner or "flatiron" shaped buildings constructed sometime late last century to serve as a bank -- but it spent most of its commercial career as a furniture store.
This reflects our plan to unearth the former corner store that used to be housed in the "flatiron" triangular building.
Cara tugged the flatiron hard from the cabinet, knocking over several shampoo bottles in the process.
Oh, perfect for me, Cara thought as she extracted the flatiron from the back of the sink cabinet.
“Scissors, a mirror, a flatiron, and the blow-dryer,” Zoe called over her shoulder.
Her mind was already buzzing: first a shower, then flatiron her hair, then clothes.