Definition of Flatland

1. Noun. Any land of relatively constant altitude (with no hills). ¹



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Definition of Flatland

1. land lacking significant variation in elevation [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Flatland

flatfoot
flatfooted
flatfootedly
flatfootedness
flatfooting
flatfoots
flathe
flathead
flathead catfish
flatheads
flathon
flating
flatiron
flatirons
flative
flatland (current term)
flatlander
flatlanders
flatlands
flatleaf
flatlet
flatlets
flatline
flatlined
flatliner
flatliners
flatlines
flatling
flatlings
flatlining

Literary usage of Flatland

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1. The New Psychology by Edward Wheeler Scripture (1897)
"Any one who has read the romance of " flatland " will remember the story of A ... A Sphere coming into flatland out of the third dimension appeared as a ..."

2. Unity in Nature: An Analogy Between Music and Life by C. E. Stromeyer (1911)
"... flatland. As it is intended to deal with music as if it were an independent world, a world outside of the universe, it is essential to grasp the idea of ..."

3. Great Lakes Pilot...1921 by United States Hydrographic Office (1921)
"Mink Point to flatland Island.—Sturgeon Point, marked by a small islet off ... From the southeast point of flatland Island extend several small islands and ..."

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