flatiron

Part of speech: noun

Flatness.

Part of speech: adverb

Flatly.

Part of speech: noun

An iron with a smooth, polished undersurface for smoothing cloth.

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Usage examples "flatiron":

  1. It is possible that the Great Lakes sharpie devolved from the common flatiron skiff. - "The Migrations of an American Boat Type", Howard I. Chapelle.
  2. I'll keep on down Fifth Avenue to the Flatiron Building. - "Whispering Wires", Henry Leverage.
  3. From the west door of the Flatiron Building emerged a grim apparition of a man. - "The Mind Master", Arthur J. Burks.