flatter


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to compliment excessively and ingratiatingly

to look good on or with

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BODY TYPE: APPLE "IF you're looking to flatter an apple shape, a swimsuit is perfect for covering your tummy area and focusing on the areas of your body which you are most confident with - like your bust or legs.
Flatter said the cost to enter is $25, which covers participation and a skateboard deck to serve as a blank canvas.
The laser has a more uniform, flatter power distribution over the beam, which the company says makes it more suitable for applications where a more "top hat" distribution is preferable rather than the lower order Gaussian mode for where wider mark tacks and large area fills are required.
2 : to cause to feel pleased by showing respect or admiration <I was flattered to be asked to sing at the wedding.>
WANTS A DRESS THAT Flatters her curvy hips and muscular thighs.
"He's happier on a flatter course, as his wins at Wincanton, Kempton and Windsor would indicate, and he probably ran one of his best races when a close-up fifth to Rhinestone Cowboy in the Aintree Hurdle four years ago," said the trainer.
Higher leg lines flatter the hips, and bodice details pull the eye upward.
Quality and productivity: Flatter express moisture profiles entering the dryer section reduces the total volume and zone-to-zone water application of downstream rewet actuators, and steam consumption is also reduced in the main dryer section.
Rajan and Wulf show that these patterns do not simply reflect a change in corporate structure, whereby companies have regrouped into fewer, larger operating divisions; regardless of the changes in size, management ranks are becoming flatter. Further, more divisional managers are being appointed officers of their companies.
As time goes on, this bell-curve distribution becomes flatter and flatter until the crowd of walkers is evenly dispersed from the starting point, like the dye in the water bucket.
Yasuo Tanaka on Thursday defended an article published in a weekly magazine in May in which he told a female TV personality he likes women with ''flatter breasts,'' saying it was part of his public relations activities.
fastball-over-the-center- of-the-plate flattery, but a slider that just nicks the corner." Do I flatter you, dear reader?
No modern dictionary of Welsh contains a verb glafru 'to flatter'.