noun, plural (especially collectively) flat·head, (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) flat·heads.
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Mr. Work and Mr. Dease remain until the arrival of Mr. Kittson with the furs and provisions from the Flathead trading post.
It comprehends only the slopes on the west side to the border-line of the Flathead River.Tenting To-night|Mary Roberts Rinehart
The occurrence of the flathead chub, Platygobio gracilis, in Tennessee.
My trees are troubled with both round- and flathead borers, and my apples with codling-moth.The Apple|Various
He returned by the pass which now bears his name, accompanied by a delegation of the Flathead Indians.The Life of Isaac Ingalls Stevens, Volume I (of 2)|Hazard Stevens