alphabet

Flat

Synonyms for flat:

absolute, positive (adjective)

final, downright, categorical, plain, unconditional, unequivocal, out-and-out, straight, fixed, unqualified, indubitable, direct.

all (adjective)

level, plane.

categorical (adjective)

denominational, unqualified, certain, outright, definite, unconditional, sure, indubitable, typical, absolute, categorical, undeniable, unequivocal.

continuous (adjective)

seamless, gapless, repetitive, incessant, continual, perpetual, unvarying, monolithic, homogeneous, continuing, interminable, nonstop, indefatigable, steady, perennial, unremitting, sequential, undeviating, continuous, level, unchanging, unceasing, lasting, repeated, undying, coherent, ceaseless, uniform, connected, monotonous, regular, invariable, robot-like, unending, unchangeable, persistent, consistent, everlasting, straight, habitual, recurrent, un-intermittent, unbroken, constant, cyclical, featureless, even, consecutive, endless.

darkish (adjective)

dim.

depressed (adjective)

spiritless.

dull (adjective)

repetitive, arid, edgeless, earthbound, matte.

flat (adjective)

planar, tabular, prairie-like, even, level, flush, horizontal.

flattened (adjective)

rolled.

horizontal (adjective)

even, level, planar, horizontal.

insensitive (adjective)

dull.

level, smooth (adjective)

tabular, prone, recumbent, unbroken, flush, procumbent, plane, even, planar, supine, deflated, prostrate, low, horizontal, decumbent.

low (adjective)

level, low, short, squat, stumpy, bottom, deep.

non-resonant (adjective)

non-resonant, Damped, dead, deadened, silenced, muffled, mute, dull.

recumbent (adjective)

recumbent.

tasteless (adjective)

mild, unsavory, tasteless, flavorless, weak, insipid, plain, stale, milquetoast, jejune, vapid, banal, bland, savorless.

unimaginative (adjective)

prosaic.

wishy-washy (adjective)

wishy-washy.

Sense 1

croaky, throaty, pizzicato, undrinkable, self-regulatory, voluble, spoke, modal, sprawled, unrelieved, ringing, structured, instrumental, melodic, regulatory, crashing, high-pitched, unplugged, flattened, husky, bleak, atonal, supine, polyphonic, unsatisfied, toneless, hubcap, compensatory, nasal, up-tempo, small, radial, discordant, bantering, grating, inner tube, headquartered, carbonated, disembodied, windy, procumbent, aseptic, playable, guttural, orotund, flange, breathy, full-bodied, prepaid, hoarse, fruity, roof, blowout, nonalcoholic, pro rata, solo, colloquial, rectilinear, retread, quietly, strangled, iced, soft-spoken, musical, harmonious, musically, strident, Whitewall, abrupt, gravelly, shouty, diatonic, orchestral, off-key, stipendiary, spreadeagled, adenoidal, leftfield, chromatic, unpaid, faceless, shrill, wheezy, cashless, drinkable, honeyed, stentorian, medium dry, funky, ex gratia, PPC, philharmonic, paid-up, tire, staccato, tall, corked, watered-down, sotto voce, decumbent, bluesy, arrant, smoky, Gibbering, flat out, flatly, emphatic, wobbly, Brokenly, silvery, alcoholic, decaffeinated.

Sense 3

fully, prosaic, perfectly, bald, pure, pop, unbounded, blunt, absolutely, up front, vertical, quite, privately, straighten, smoothly, still, colorless, dim, central, spiritless, drab, unimaginative, unmitigated, all-out, penetrating, progressive, consummate, hourly, unlimited, tame.

Sense 5

informal, damned, true, muddy, umbrella.

Sense 6

black, stud, wheel, light.

Sense 7

major, grip, tonic, positive, unreserved.

Sense 8

parallel, perfect, complete.

Sense 9

long, sterile, forward.

Sense 11

firm.

Sense 13

clean, square.

Sense 27

clear.

bankrupt

insolvent.

bivalve

oyster.

distorted

shape.

inharmonious

harsh.

pressed

ironed.

prostrate

lying, prostrate.

skinny

Spindling.

tedious

uninteresting.

all (adverb)

directly, straight.

flatly (adverb)

emphatically, flatly.

Sense 3 (noun)

decumbent, thoroughly, utterly, totally, fully, completely, absolutely, procumbent, entirely.

Sense 5 (noun)

blowout.

Sense 6 (noun)

earthbound, lifeless, sterile, aseptic, spiritless, unimaginative, pedestrian, arid, uninspired, colorless, drab, dry, lackluster, matter of fact, prosaic, lusterless, stodgy.

Sense 7 (noun)

classical, acoustic, harmonious, dim, funky, bass, discordant, bluesy, light, atonal, harmonic.

Sense 8 (noun)

muddy, murky.

Sense 9 (noun)

croaky, grating, breathy, set, firm, brittle, adenoidal, fruity, disembodied.

Sense 10 (noun)

unbounded, total, downright, out-and-out, flat out, complete, thoroughgoing, arrant, positive, consummate, thorough, all-out, pure, unmitigated, unrelieved, unlimited, sheer, crashing, damned, perfect, blooming, unreserved.

Sense 12 (noun)

boring.

Sense 16 (noun)

flange, inner tube, remould, radial, hub, cartwheel, bald, hubcap, grip.

Sense 18 (noun)

flatly, bantering, fluent, Brokenly, colloquial, Gibbering.

Sense 20 (noun)

blunt, smoothly.

Sense 21 (noun)

ex gratia, PPC, nonrefundable, cashless, overdue, compensatory, clear, paid-up, hourly.

Sense 22 (noun)

governing, structured, self-regulatory, tiered, regulatory, established, central, structural, informal.

Sense 25 (noun)

sprawled, spreadeagled.

apartment (noun)

lodging, suite, tenement, room.

apartment house (noun)

tenement.

apartments (noun)

lodging, apartment, room, suite, dormitory, tenement.

flat (noun)

apartment, categorical, unexciting, matte, noneffervescent, mat, bland, savorless, savourless, vapid, level, dull, unpleated, planar, regressive, two-dimensional, even, matt, horizontal, compressed, unleavened, matted, unerect, prostrate, unqualified, thin, tasteless, unraised, plane, unshaded, insipid, deflated, flavourless, unstimulating, flat tire, unfolded, unconditional, flavorless, underdeveloped, directly, categoric, fixed, flatbed, multidimensional, straight, flatcar.

room (noun)

room.

flattened (verb)

rolled.

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