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flatfoot

and flatty
n. a police officer, especially a foot patrol officer. (Older.) Think about how the flatfoot on the beat is affected by this cold. There’s a flatty on the corner. Go ask him for some help.

flatty

verb
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George squeezes inside and discovers that the body of the driver is pinned across Flatty, impaled on a scaffolding pole.
This week's winner Dave Palmer caught three plaice during the Flatty League match.
Heelflip to indy, fatty to flatty, over the pyramid was his big move.
The newest addition to Toy Machine, Billy "The Skid" Marks frontside flip, fatty to flatty
Aboard the Flamer IV and out on an autumn flatty trip, Colin, from Gotherington in Cheltenham, was using 10lb-class tackle with a two-hook trace loaded with lots of attractor beads.
Armed with 10lb class tackle, and using a two hook flatty trace, with plenty of coloured attractor beads, Neil baited up with ragworm and a strip of ammo squid.
USING 10lb class tackle with a flatty trace, Patrick Megan, our latest boat fishing winner, hit the jackpot on Flamer IV off the Dorset coast.
Using 10lb class tackle, a single hook, on a flatty trace with attractor beads, and ragworm, ammo black lugworm and a squid strip as his successful bait, Luke hooked and landed his first ever plaice - which duly weighed in at a whopping 7lb 8oz.