[ US /ˈfɫætɫi/ ]
[ UK /flˈætli/ ]
  1. in an unqualified manner
    he flatly denied the charges
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How To Use flatly In A Sentence

  • Since the trauma of 1929, few people contest this need, although it flatly contradicts the tradition of economic liberalism.
  • Privately in 2006, I was told by a prominent, scholarly absolutist at that end that the Barragan-Martini view 'BMV' for short, and thus my own, is flatly incompatible with the entire logical structure of the Church's teaching about sex and marriage. Condomania
  • Afghanistan has long pressed the U.S. to tackle what it calls the bases of terrorism in Pakistan, and Obama's reported pledge will likely please Karzai, who has accused Pakistan's intelligence service of supporting the Taliban in plotting bombings and other attacks in Afghanistan - claims that Pakistan, a key U.S. ally in its war on terror, flatly denies. Top Stories - Google News
  • The mother flatly rejected my proposal that she meet her daughter tomorrow.
  • Something is wrong with our medical clinic if they're flatly refusing to perform a treatment that takes all of five minutes to complete.
  • And please don't tell me to get marriage guidance counselling because she flatly refuses to go. RESCUING ROSE
  • The mother flatly rejected my proposal that she meet her daughter tomorrow.
  • National Post, flatly denies any conflict and notes editorial page editor John Coleman has been "recused" from any discussions and writing of editorials on the mayoralty during the race. Thestar.com - Home Page
  • Mr Chirac has flatly rejected requests to accept a summons for questioning by magistrates in the travel scandal.
  • The detainee handlers and the lawyers for detainees often flatly contradict each other. Times, Sunday Times
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