1. having a flat or flattened upper surface
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  • A broad-crowned, flat-topped tree, the honeylocust typically attains a height of 24 m, with trunk diameters of 60-90 cm. Chapter 6
  • Our flight takes us north over a sprawling landscape of semi-desert and flat-topped mountains.
  • Jägers wore grey-green rather than field-grey uniforms, and a flat-topped shako rather than a spiked helmet.
  • He took advantage of the opportunity to record echo-sounding profiles across parts of the Pacific and discovered several flat-topped submarine mountains or seamounts.
  • An inflammatory dermatosis of unknown etiology, lichen planus classically presents as shiny, violaceous, flat-topped, polygonal papules, 2 mm to 10 mm in diameter.
  • Fig. 206 represents a specimen of _Ranunculus acris_, in which the lower and lateral flower-stalks were not only increased in number, but so much lengthened as to form a flat-topped inflorescence -- a corymbose cyme. Vegetable Teratology An Account of the Principal Deviations from the Usual Construction of Plants
  • Consisting of a flat-topped prismatic structure supported by a braced tube that encloses walls almost totally of glass, 21 Century Tower is a brilliant exercise in minimalism.
  • There, the landscape comprises steep-sided, flat-topped mountains with rocky meadows and semi-deciduous forests on the upper elevations in a patchwork of mostly open submontane forest and woodland savannas. Madeira-Tapajós moist forests
  • At the centre you see two large, flat-topped boulders which look like an altar in a cathedral nave.
  • Most carved stones are flat-topped outcrops of the local millstone grit.
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