The awning was dropped and the canvas heaved and slatted against the poles.
He slatted his finger with the gesture of one who throws off a noisome serpent.
The side and roof of the tent bellied in and slatted in the squalls.
Many farmers have a suitable building if the slatted floor is added.
If stored in a cellar or building, the heads are generally cut from the stems and stored on slatted shelves or in shallow bins.
Vorse had pushed open the slatted door of his place and stepped outside.
The ice compartment should be lined with zinc and a slatted door should open into it from the ice room.
In the slatted box, the mother hen clucked drowsily, and wise cheeps from beneath her wings answered bravely.
This is a slatted wooden walk built to prevent as much as possible sinking into the mud.
The stalls should have brick floors, or brick or cement, with a slatted wooden floor over it.
late 14c., earlier sclat (c.1300), "a roofing slate, a thin, flat stone," from Old French esclat "split piece, chip, splinter" (Modern French éclat), back-formation from esclater "to break, splinter, burst," probably from Frankish *slaitan "to tear, slit" or some other Germanic source (cf. Old High German slizan, Old English slitan; see slit (v.)). Meaning "long, thin, narrow piece of wood or metal" attested from 1764.
A ski (1960s+ Skiers)