Definitions

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  • n. Any flat surface or area; a platform.
  • n. A flat landscape.
  • n. A landscape lacking distinguishable or interesting features; a plain or monotonous landscape.

Etymologies

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From flat +‎ -scape.

Examples

  • Meanwhile, could you pixelate those algae-filled tubes — that is, make them chromatically flicker either by chemical means or through changes in light filtration and salinity or some heretofore unknown method &dmash; so that you could make an avant-garde movie or an animated billboard ad to be shown for spectators parked in their cars on the parking lot or for motorists navigating through the urban flatscape?

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • There were the twin monitors on his desk, assorted homey holos and flatscape representations on the walls, a box of spherical drive files on the floor in one corner, and a back wall vid of boreal forest domi­nated by an energetic, flowing stream that smelled of hu­mus and damp morning.

    Mid Flinx

  • There were the twin monitors on his desk, assorted homey holos and flatscape representations on the walls, a box of spherical drive files on the floor in one corner, and a back wall vid of boreal forest domi-nated by an energetic, flowing stream that smelled of hu'mus and damp morning.

    Mid Flinx

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