flattop definition

  • noun:
    • casual An aircraft service.
    • casual A short haircut in which the tresses is brushed straight-up and cropped level throughout the top.
    • a quick haircut when the hair is brushed straight up after that cut level over the top
    • (informal) An aircraft service; beginning credited since 1942 to a laconic message, “Scratch one flattop,” radioed by LCDR Robert E. Dixon to USS Lexington, whoever commanding officer paid the pilot with coining the conventional USN slang; see Wikipedia for Battle of Coral water
    • An aircraft service.
    • An American perennial natural herb, Vernonia Noveboracensis. Also known as iron-weed.
    • a large warship that holds planes and contains an extended flat deck for takeoffs and landings
    • a closely cropped haircut; often for males
    • Informal An aircraft carrier.
    • casual A short haircut in which the hair is brushed straight up and cropped flat over the top.
    • a quick haircut in which the locks is brushed upright after that slashed flat across the top
    • (informal) An aircraft carrier; origin credited since 1942 to a laconic message, “Scratch one flattop,” radioed by LCDR Robert E. Dixon to USS Lexington, whose commanding officer paid the pilot with coining the typical USN slang; see Wikipedia for Battle of Coral water
    • An aircraft provider.
    • An American perennial herb, Vernonia Noveboracensis. Also referred to as iron-weed.
    • a large warship that carries airplanes and has an extended flat deck for takeoffs and landings
    • Informal An aircraft company.
    • casual a brief haircut in which the hair is brushed straight-up and cropped flat over the top.
    • a quick haircut where hair is brushed upright then cut flat over the top
    • (informal) An aircraft company; origin credited since 1942 to a laconic message, “Scratch one flattop,” radioed by LCDR Robert E. Dixon to USS Lexington, whoever commanding officer paid the pilot with coining the conventional USN slang; see Wikipedia for Battle of Coral water
    • An aircraft service.
    • An American perennial herb, Vernonia Noveboracensis. Also referred to as iron-weed.
    • a closely cropped haircut; often for males
    • a large warship that holds planes and has a long flat deck for takeoffs and landings
    • a closely cropped haircut; typically for men
    • Informal An aircraft carrier.
    • Informal a brief haircut in which the tresses is brushed upright and cropped flat throughout the top.
    • A short haircut in which the hair is brushed straight up then cut flat across the top
    • casual An aircraft provider.
    • Informal a quick haircut when the hair is brushed upright and cropped flat across the top.
    • A short haircut in which the hair is brushed straight up then slashed level across the top
    • (informal) An aircraft company; beginning credited since 1942 to a laconic message, “Scratch one flattop,” radioed by LCDR Robert E. Dixon to USS Lexington, whose commanding officer credited the pilot with coining the conventional USN slang; see Wikipedia for Battle of Coral Sea
    • An aircraft carrier.
    • An American perennial natural herb, Vernonia Noveboracensis. Also referred to as iron-weed.
    • a big warship that holds airplanes and has a long flat deck for takeoffs and landings
    • (informal) An aircraft provider; beginning credited since 1942 to a laconic message, “Scratch one flattop,” radioed by LCDR Robert E. Dixon to USS Lexington, whoever commanding officer credited the pilot with coining the conventional USN slang; see Wikipedia for Battle of Coral water
    • Informal An aircraft provider.
    • Informal An aircraft carrier.
    • Informal A short haircut where hair is brushed straight-up and cropped flat across the top.
    • An aircraft provider.
    • Informal a quick haircut in which the hair is brushed upright and cropped flat across the top.
    • a brief haircut where tresses is brushed straight-up then cut flat across the top
    • An American perennial herb, Vernonia Noveboracensis. Also called iron-weed.
    • A short haircut where the locks is brushed upright then slashed level across the top
    • (informal) An aircraft company; origin credited since 1942 to a laconic message, “Scratch one flattop,” radioed by LCDR Robert E. Dixon to USS Lexington, whoever commanding officer paid the pilot with coining the typical USN slang; see Wikipedia for Battle of Coral Sea
    • a big warship that holds planes and has now an extended level deck for takeoffs and landings
    • (informal) An aircraft provider; beginning credited since 1942 to a laconic message, “Scratch one flattop,” radioed by LCDR Robert E. Dixon to USS Lexington, whoever commanding officer credited the pilot with coining the typical USN slang; see Wikipedia for Battle of Coral water
    • casual An aircraft company.
    • a closely cropped haircut; typically for males
    • An aircraft service.
    • Informal A short haircut where the hair is brushed upright and cropped flat throughout the top.
    • An aircraft provider.
    • a closely cropped haircut; usually for males
    • Informal An aircraft company.
    • Informal An aircraft service.
    • casual An aircraft provider.
    • An American perennial herb, Vernonia Noveboracensis. Also referred to as iron-weed.
    • A short haircut when the tresses is brushed straight up after that cut level across the top
    • An American perennial herb, Vernonia Noveboracensis. Also called iron-weed.
    • casual a brief haircut where hair is brushed directly and cropped level throughout the top.
    • a sizable warship that carries planes and it has an extended level deck for takeoffs and landings
    • (informal) An aircraft carrier; beginning credited since 1942 to a laconic message, “Scratch one flattop,” radioed by LCDR Robert E. Dixon to USS Lexington, whoever commanding officer credited the pilot with coining the standard USN slang; see Wikipedia for Battle of Coral water
    • Informal A short haircut where hair is brushed straight up and cropped level over the top.
    • Informal a quick haircut when the tresses is brushed upright and cropped level throughout the top.
    • a big warship that holds planes and it has a lengthy flat deck for takeoffs and landings
    • a quick haircut when the tresses is brushed straight up after that slashed flat throughout the top
    • A short haircut where the hair is brushed directly after that slashed flat across the top
    • a closely cropped haircut; typically for men
    • An aircraft provider.
    • A short haircut in which the locks is brushed upright then slashed flat throughout the top
    • (informal) An aircraft service; beginning credited since 1942 to a laconic message, “Scratch one flattop,” radioed by LCDR Robert E. Dixon to USS Lexington, whose commanding officer paid the pilot with coining the conventional USN slang; see Wikipedia for Battle of Coral Sea
    • An American perennial herb, Vernonia Noveboracensis. Also referred to as iron-weed.
    • (informal) An aircraft provider; source credited since 1942 to a laconic message, “Scratch one flattop,” radioed by LCDR Robert E. Dixon to USS Lexington, whose commanding officer credited the pilot with coining the standard USN slang; see Wikipedia for Battle of Coral water
    • An aircraft company.
    • An aircraft carrier.
    • a sizable warship that carries airplanes and has now an extended flat deck for takeoffs and landings
    • An American perennial herb, Vernonia Noveboracensis. Also known as iron-weed.
    • a closely cropped haircut; frequently for men
    • a closely cropped haircut; usually for men
    • An American perennial natural herb, Vernonia Noveboracensis. Also called iron-weed.
    • a sizable warship that holds airplanes and has an extended level deck for takeoffs and landings
    • a closely cropped haircut; generally for males
    • (informal) An aircraft service; origin credited since 1942 to a laconic message, “Scratch one flattop,” radioed by LCDR Robert E. Dixon to USS Lexington, whose commanding officer credited the pilot with coining the typical USN slang; see Wikipedia for Battle of Coral Sea
    • An aircraft provider.
    • An American perennial natural herb, Vernonia Noveboracensis. Also referred to as iron-weed.
    • a big warship that holds airplanes and has a long level deck for takeoffs and landings
    • a large warship that holds airplanes and has now a lengthy flat deck for takeoffs and landings
    • a closely cropped haircut; often for men
    • a closely cropped haircut; typically for males

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