Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun Laundry, such as sheets and linens, that can be ironed by a mangle rather than by hand.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun Ironing that can be done mechanically.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun ironing that can be done mechanically

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Examples

  • We did have a couple of moments in the flatwork where I was riding him off my leg and he chewed the bit thoughtfully and then collected himself into a lovely frame.

    no wonder i am always sleepy

  • We did have a couple of moments in the flatwork where I was riding him off my leg and he chewed the bit thoughtfully and then collected himself into a lovely frame.

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  • We were all eager to get through flatwork and try arena cross-country.

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  • “I want to run through flatwork, then try something new.”

    Canterwood Crest Triple Fault

  • We were all eager to get through flatwork and try arena cross-country.

    Canterwood Crest Triple Fault

  • “I want to run through flatwork, then try something new.”

    Canterwood Crest Triple Fault

  • First we did a lot of flatwork, practicing turns on the forehand and haunches, and some leg yields.

    In Gordath Wood: Writer Patrice Sarath » Riding lessons

  • To the extent possible, hang sheets, tablecloths, and similar flatwork so that their hems are parallel to the line—widthwise.

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  • Shirts, dresses, pants, pillowcases, and other articles with fronts and backs must be sprinkled front and back, but flatwork, such as sheets, tea towels, or tablecloths, need be sprinkled only on one side.

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  • Cutwork and embroidery or other designs that create raised patterns will definitely need hand ironing, although on flatwork with decorated hems and edges you can often do the flat on the rotary iron and then finish the embroidery and lace with a hand iron.

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