(of a fabric) made by flat knitting.
the simplest knitted construction, consisting of vertical ribs visible on the front of the fabric and horizontal rows of stitches visible on the back, used in the production of hosiery and jersey fabrics.
- Flat-joint pointing
[flat-joint] /ˈflætˈdʒɔɪnt/ noun, Masonry. 1. pointing having flush joints of common mortar.
[flat-ahy-ern] /ˈflætˌaɪ ərn/ noun 1. a nonelectric with a bottom, heated for use in pressing clothes, cloth, etc. 2. Geology. (in the Western U.S.) a triangular hogback that resembles a flatiron resting on its base. /ˈflætˌaɪən/ noun 1. (formerly) an iron for pressing clothes that was heated by being placed on a stove, etc
[flat-hed] /ˈflætˌhɛd/ noun 1. a river in SE British Columbia and NW Montana, flowing S to Flathead Lake and S and W to the Clark Fork River. 240 miles (385 km) long. /ˈflætˌhɛd/ noun (pl) -head, -heads 1. any Pacific scorpaenoid food fish of the family Platycephalidae, which resemble gurnards noun
[fley-ver-fuh l] /ˈfleɪ vər fəl/ adjective 1. full of ; tasty. adj. 1927, from flavor (n.) + -ful. Earlier flavorsome (1853), flavory (1727), flavorous (1690s). flavour