flatness : Definition, Usages, News and More

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f lat nuhs

  • n  the property of having two dimensions
  • n  a want of animation or brilliance
    the almost self-conscious flatness of Hemingway's style
  • n  a deficiency in flavor
    it needed lemon juice to sharpen the flatness of the dried lentils
  • n  the property of having little or no contrast; lacking highlights or gloss
  • n  inactivity; showing an unusual lack of energy

  • The flatness of the universe also means the theory of inflation has passed a key test.
  • What didn't change was the flatness.
  • The center lessness, the irrelevance of geography, the propagation of information, the Fried man ian economic flatness, the semi-anonymous contacts with millions of other people .
News & Articles

  • iOS 7's new design is its least exciting feature
    The iOS 7 preview that Apple showed off at its Worldwide Developers Conference sports a massively overhauled look. You’ve read all about it already—the parallax animation, the flatness, the 3D effects: iOS 7 looks sort of like a brand new phone, albeit one you already know how to use. But make no mistake: Based on what Apple’s shown so far, even if iOS 7 looked pixel-for-pixel exactly like iOS 6 ...
    June 20, 2013 - Macworld

  • Kyle Busch in Forbes
    I like the flatness of California,Busch said, referring to the banking that ranges from 3 degrees on the backstretch to 14-degrees in the turns. "I grew up on a relatively flat track at the Las Vegas Bullring and I've done well at New...
  • Joe Torre in OCRegister
    We appeared a little flat. But don't get me wrong, John Maine was pretty special today,Torre said. "He was responsible for a lot of the flatness."
  • Richard Burton in Daily Mail
    Burton said it was "to burn up the flatness, the stale, empty, dull deadness that one feels when one goes off-stage".

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