- flat-topped, adjective
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How to use flattop in a sentence
Explore the Mesa, the largest flattop mountain in the world, via one of the state’s most stunning snowshoe experiences.
It’s a flattop massif that forms the central hub of the Sella Ronda—a 360-degree, 26-mile lift-served route that takes you into four valleys and nine villages over the course of a marathon ski day.A Dolomites Trip and a Deeper Connection to Someone Loved and Lost | cobrien | January 16, 2022 | Outside Online
Two propane burners under the flattop provide an ample 34,000 BTUs for crisply smashed burgers.
The rest that extends beyond the circumference of the meat quickly melts down onto the surface of the flattop.
Nevertheless we decided to ride out, and cross the flattop rim, and go around what they call the Chinese Wall.Tales of lonely trails | Zane Grey
One more climb brought us to the top of the flattop Pass, about eleven thousand feet.Tales of lonely trails | Zane Grey
The flattop picked it up by radio and they're both going to come on here tomorrow.
There was a Philippine gunboat and a mine-layer and an American flattop in plain view.
Now the flattop shot off plane after plane, as if they were projectiles.
British Dictionary definitions for flattop (1 of 2)
US an informal name for aircraft carrier
British Dictionary definitions for flat top (2 of 2)
a style of haircut in which the hair is cut shortest on the top of the head so that it stands up from the scalp and appears flat from the crown to the forehead
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