Flat-headed

Flat´-head`ed


a.1.Having a head with a flattened top; as, a flat-headed nail.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
References in classic literature ?
Pickwick drew in his head again, with the swiftness displayed by that admirable melodramatic performer, Punch, when he lies in wait for the flat-headed comedian with the tin box of music.
The flat-headed plates of tiny flowers are also a magnet to bees and butterflies, so attracting beneficial insects to the garden.
Tools required: Flat-headed screwdriver Adjustable spanner Phillips screwdriver Seat grinder (if grinding seat of tap) Isolate the system you will be working on and drain it down.
The 24-year-old was stopped and produced a flat-headed screwdriver from the sleeve of her tracksuit top, Teesside Crown Court heard.
We know that the flat-headed Edmontosaurus lived in Canada and the US during the last 7 million years of the Age of Dinosaurs.
Flat-headed, standing 12 metres tall on huge hind legs, Hermann dined on snacks as big as the average cow.
The new sorter does this by creating a ribbon-like flow of fluid that sends the flat-headed sperm to their sex-segregated destinations like manta rays skimming the ocean bottom in single file.