flat-hat

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flat-hat

(flăt′hăt′)
intr.v. flat-hat·ted, flat-hat·ting, flat-hats
To fly an airplane close to the ground and at a high or dangerous speed.
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Verb1.flat-hat - fly very close to the ground
aviate, pilot, fly - operate an airplane; "The pilot flew to Cuba"
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One tells of the decidedly non-regulation practice of "flat-hatting"--flying extremely low along the shoreline, as though to flatten the hats of people below, to get a closer look at women sunbathing.
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