Flatling



[flat-ling] /ˈflæt lɪŋ/

adverb, Also, flatlings, British Dialect.
1.
in a position; with the side, as of a sword.
2.
flatly or positively.
adjective
3.
Obsolete. dealt with the side.
/ˈflætlɪŋ/
adverb
1.
in a flat or prostrate position
adjective, adverb
2.
with the flat side, as of a sword Also (for adv) flatlings

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