flattie

noun flat·tie
variants: or less commonly flatty \ˈflatē\

Definition of flattie

plural flatties
:something characterized by flatness: such as
a :a small working boat peculiar to Chesapeake Bay and more southern waters of the eastern U.S. that is sloop-rigged and that has a flat bottom, straight sides, and a centerboard
b :flat 6e
c slang :policeman

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Origin and Etymology of flattie

1flat + -ie, -y


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