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Flat-footed

Flat´-foot`ed
a.1.Having a flat foot, with little or no arch of the instep; suffering from fallen arches.
2.Firm-footed; determined.
3.clumsy; amateurish; pedestrian; unimaginative; plodding; as, flatfooted prose.
4.Without reservation; without evasion or compromise; firm; as, a flat-footed refusal; a flatfooted denial.
5.With feet flat on the ground; not tiptoe.
6.Unprepared and unable to react quickly; as, the new product caught their competitors flat-footed.
To catch (one) flatfooted
to catch (a person) unprepared; to catch (a person) by surprise.
Adj.1.flat-footed - with feet flat on the ground; not tiptoe
2.flat-footed - unprepared and unable to react quickly; "the new product caught their competitors flat-footed"
3.flat-footed - having broad flat feet that usually turn outward; "a slow flat-footed walk"
4.flat-footed - without reservation; "a flat-footed refusal"
unready
Browse
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Flat roof
Flat rope
flat solid
Flat space
Flat stitch
flat thunk
Flat tint
flat tip screwdriver
flat tire
flat wash
flat-bellied
flat-bottom
flat-bottomed
Flat-cap
flat-coated retriever
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flat-hat
Flat-headed
flat-leaf parsley
flat-out
flat-top
flat-topped
flat-topped white aster
flatbed
flatbed press
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flatbottom
flatbottomed
flatbread
flatbrod
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