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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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Plural of: A foot afflicted with a fallen arch so that the entire sole rests upon the ground; A police officer.

Usage examples (13)
  • Those Toledo flatfeet are too bent for us Chicago gangsters, boss.
  • He was very eager to move me along, ready to promise me the moon...then I mentioned “flatfeet.”
  • You don't expect a man who got away with a crime like this to quit operations just because a few flatfeet run around and make a hullabaloo about it, do you?
  • He had me take off my shoes, stand up, stand on the edges of my feet, then told me that I could ‘get by’ — obviously or so it seemed to me concealing my ailment, whatever it... for more
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