from The Century Dictionary.
- To produce with flatus, or with simple unintonated breath.
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- verb intransitive, obsolete To
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Then of course Greenspan kept rates too low, causing the final mania stage of the NASDAQ bubble, then raised them causing a recession, then lowered them far too low in an attempt to re-flate the stock market.
Coyote Blog » Blog Archive » Was I Wrong, Or Did Something Change? 2009
Yesturday Alaric went to get Jean from pre-school on his own - I was too tired from the weekedn and was flate out in bed.
Snell-Pym » Taps 2009
Ok well it wasn't actually very good as its nose kept coming off and half the face came away at one point leaving it rather flate headed!
Thanks Andy - I've been working flate out on web stuff for the last few days and it was a lot easier as I'd done a load of sorting stuff out for my writing and course - things do seem to feed each other.
Snell-Pym » Worrying about Money the Future and Everything 2008
I slept on the setee at Annas flate watching for a good while some cute bloke on the TV going around the world via the Tropic of Capricorn, which was actually really interesting.
Snell-Pym » Stranded 2008
I guess I had tought she fell off the side of the earth, her being a true flate earther and all.
Think Progress » O’Reilly Slams NYT For Printing Photo of Rumsfeld’s Home, Doesn’t Mention Paper Had Permission 2006
When you call the taxi o….ask them how much flate rate….thet all have them.
Don’t get ripped off by a taxi driver again | Sync Blog 2008
Unfortunatly we had no flate ground to do this on so had to resign ourselves to having someone else charge us stupid amounts of money for doing a simple job, badly.
Ca flate l'ego et yapa plus narcissique que moi c'est connu!!
pinku-tk Diary Entry pinku-tk 2006
A flate rate levied on the funds would have a much smaller impact, he said.
whichbe commented on the word flate
Short for an "inflatable date". (Urban Dictionary)
December 9, 2008