- the ribs.
- the buttocks.
- (initial capital letter) a nickname for a tall, slender man.
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How to use slat in a sentence
The welded slats are sturdy enough to eschew the need for a supportive subframe, which allows the rack to sit closer to the roof of the vehicle, improving aerodynamics.
I wanted to explore more, so I took a few steps toward the wall, hoping to catch a glimpse of the Mexico side through its tall metal slats.These Robotic Virtual Reality Boots Make It Feel Like You’re Walking While You Stay in Place|Vanessa Bates Ramirez|October 2, 2020|Singularity Hub
It will also be smaller and have a cheaper belt design like most other treadmills on the market versus the current model’s slat design.Peloton is lowering the price of its standard bike and releasing new exercise equipment|Rachel Schallom|September 4, 2020|Fortune
Now and then the boy who had bought Squinty, and who was taking him home, would look around at his pet in the slatted box.Squinty the Comical Pig|Richard Barnum
An orderly disorder prevailed, and a somewhat mournful dimness of closed, green-slatted shutters and half-drawn curtains.The History of Sir Richard Calmady|Lucas Malet
The light was growing each moment, the breeze dying fast, and presently the damp lugsail slatted against the mast.The League of the Leopard|Harold Bindloss
The venetian blinds were down and slatted shut behind closed windows.Highways in Hiding|George Oliver Smith
Though she ate prodigious meals, every slatted rib showed, her paunch was lean, and knobby hip bones thrust over her back.The Duck-footed Hound|James Arthur Kjelgaard