Word "FLAT" Definitions:

Part of Speech:
a deflated pneumatic tire
flat tire

Part of Speech:
freight car without permanent sides or roof
flatbed, flatcar

Part of Speech:
a suite of rooms usually on one floor of an apartment house

Crossword Clues for FLAT

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Clue Source Date
Free of fizz New York Times 04 Sep 2022
No longer fizzy The Guardian Quick 23 Aug 2022
Ballet shoe Universal 15 Aug 2022
Totally horizontal USA Today 10 Aug 2022
Discharged from apartment The Telegraph Toughie 02 Aug 2022
Even — out of tune The Guardian Quick 22 Jul 2022
___ Stanley (traveler in an envelope) Universal 30 Jun 2022
Note seen in apartment The Telegraph Cryptic 28 Jun 2022
Short on pizazz Newsday 09 Jun 2022
Like 9-Across that has lost its fizz LA Times Daily 30 May 2022
Uninteresting place to live The Times Cryptic 12 May 2022
Sharp counterpart Wall Street Journal 23 Apr 2022
Dull; apartment The Times Concise 11 Apr 2022
Like a tire that needs help Family Time 11 Apr 2022
It's not bubbly in large heavy bottles The Guardian Cryptic 11 Mar 2022
Word with panel or screen The Washington Post 06 Mar 2022
Word with panel or screen LA Times Daily 06 Mar 2022
Fizzless Wall Street Journal 05 Mar 2022
Airless tire Newsday 15 Feb 2022
Sharp’s counterpart Wall Street Journal 14 Feb 2022
Precisely, in time Newsday 12 Feb 2022
In music, below the correct pitch The Times Specialist Sunday 09 Jan 2022
What an a cappella singer never wants to be LA Times Daily 10 Dec 2021
Like soda that's been sitting out for too long USA Today 19 Nov 2021
Fully horizontal USA Today 16 Oct 2021
Level Thomas Joseph 15 Oct 2021
Without hills USA Today 05 Oct 2021
Tire trouble Premier Sunday 05 Sep 2021
Lived initially in large apartment The Telegraph Cryptic 30 Aug 2021
Like soda after sitting out for a while USA Today 30 Aug 2021
Tire that needs repair Newsday 24 Aug 2021
Accommodation concealed by rising coastal fog Irish Times Crosaire 18 Aug 2021
Not sharp Wall Street Journal 29 Jul 2021
No longer fizzy Newsday 25 Apr 2021
An alternative to one of those in 8 across covered up by hyperinflation Irish Times Crosaire 12 Mar 2021
Accommodation concealed by rising coastal fog Irish Times Crosaire 19 Feb 2021
Out of tune ... or bubbles New York Times 13 Dec 2020
Unchanged, as on an earnings report New York Times 11 Dec 2020
Smooth pad The Telegraph Toughie 04 Dec 2020
Neither sharp nor on key Universal 27 Nov 2020
Apartment The Telegraph Quick 18 Nov 2020
Horizontally level USA Today 10 Nov 2020
Horizontal The Telegraph Quick 16 Oct 2020
Like old soda USA Today 10 Oct 2020
Hardly hilly Universal 09 Sep 2020
Without air, as a tire Newsday 31 Aug 2020
Tire in need of air Family Time 10 Aug 2020
Not fizzy anymore USA Today 29 Jun 2020
Opposite of sharp, in music USA Today 21 Jun 2020
Uplifting part of the hospital faculty where the nurses might be sharing Irish Times Crosaire 10 Jun 2020
Lacking ups and downs The New Yorker 08 Jun 2020
Boring student covered in lard The Sun Two Speed 02 Jun 2020
Horizontal The Sun Two Speed 02 Jun 2020
Shoe that may have no heel Universal 23 Apr 2020
Like soda lacking in fizz The Washington Post Sunday 12 Apr 2020
Fizzless Wall Street Journal 04 Apr 2020
Level Eugene Sheffer 31 Mar 2020
No longer fizzy Thomas Joseph 14 Mar 2020
Not sloping The Times Concise 21 Nov 2019
Deflated tire Newsday 06 Nov 2019
Level The Telegraph Quick 02 Nov 2019
Level; dull The Telegraph Quick 17 Oct 2019
Outright New York Times 04 Oct 2019
Level Thomas Joseph 20 Sep 2019
Apartment, across the pond Universal 28 Aug 2019
Unexciting place to live The Telegraph Toughie 13 Aug 2019
Sharp's counterpart, in music New York Times 12 Aug 2019
Reviews part of the hospital faculty where the nurses might be sharing Irish Times Crosaire 10 Aug 2019
Kind of 28-Down or 57-Down Wall Street Journal 10 Jul 2019
Dull and lifeless Wall Street Journal 11 Apr 2019
Down a half step, say New York Times 19 Feb 2019
How a bad joke may fall Universal 19 Feb 2019
No longer fizzy The Washington Post 16 Jan 2019
No longer fizzy LA Times Daily 16 Jan 2019
Dull and lifeless
How a bad joke may fall
No longer fizzy
Sharp's counterpart, in music
Down a half step, say
Apartment, across the pond
Kind of 28-Down or 57-Down
Ballet slipper, e.g The New Yorker 31 Dec 2018
It's even covered up by hyperinflation Irish Times Crosaire 01 Dec 2018
London rental The Washington Post 13 Nov 2018
London rental LA Times Daily 13 Nov 2018
Part of the theatrical scenery in residence The Telegraph Cryptic 02 Nov 2018
Tire with no air Newsday 09 Jul 2018
Needing inflation Universal 14 Jun 2018
Airless tire Newsday 04 Jun 2018
Tuned too low USA Today 22 Feb 2018
Apartment The Sun Two Speed 08 Feb 2018
Boring apartment The Sun Two Speed 08 Feb 2018
Needing inflation
Tuned too low
London rental
Like day-old seltzer LA Times Daily 15 Dec 2017
Like day-old seltzer The Washington Post 15 Dec 2017
Word that can precede the first parts of 17- and 59-Across and 11- and 25-Down USA Today 13 Dec 2017
Level The Times Concise 03 Dec 2017
No longer fizzy USA Today 13 Oct 2017
Un-fizzy LA Times Daily 11 Oct 2017
Un-fizzy The Washington Post 11 Oct 2017
Musical symbol resembling a lowercase b USA Today 07 Oct 2017
One might force you to retire Wall Street Journal 05 Oct 2017
Like fizzless soda Universal 07 Aug 2017
Half a century in Rome inhabiting big residence The Telegraph Cryptic 13 May 2017
No longer fizzy Wall Street Journal 10 May 2017
Portly figure's corseted and dull The Telegraph Toughie 02 May 2017
London apartment LA Times Daily 17 Apr 2017
London apartment The Washington Post 17 Apr 2017
Low-key dwelling? The Telegraph Cryptic 20 Mar 2017
Residence with no outstanding features The Telegraph Cryptic 06 Mar 2017
*See 61-Across Wall Street Journal 28 Feb 2017
Even The Telegraph Quick 21 Feb 2017
Off-key, in a way USA Today 19 Feb 2017
Like a pancake Family Time 12 Feb 2017
Like Kansas, topologically USA Today 25 Jan 2017
Like a useless tire Family Time 23 Jan 2017
Needing reinflation USA Today 09 Jan 2017
Dead-tired? New York Times 03 Jan 2017
Like fizzless soda
Word that can precede the first parts of 17- and 59-Across and 11- and 25-Down
No longer fizzy
Needing reinflation
Musical symbol resembling a lowercase b
London apartment
Like day-old seltzer
Problem on the turnpike The Washington Post 30 Dec 2016
Learner in oversized uniform The Telegraph Cryptic 25 Dec 2016
Like a useless tire Universal 06 Oct 2016
Like a pancake Jonesin 20 Sep 2016
Note a piece of stage scenery The Telegraph Cryptic 09 Sep 2016
Under the intended pitch LA Times Daily 16 Aug 2016
Unexciting The Washington Post 16 Aug 2016
Like useless tires Universal 04 Aug 2016
Tire trouble The Washington Post 15 Jul 2016
Motorist's headache Wall Street Journal 09 Jul 2016
Boring paper covering the home of the stars Irish Times Crosaire 06 Jul 2016
Penzance pad LA Times Daily 03 Jul 2016
Opposite of sharp, in music Family Time 13 Jun 2016
Word before broke or busted The Washington Post 04 Jun 2016
Tuned too low Universal 30 Mar 2016
Dull set of rooms in a building The Telegraph Cryptic 09 Mar 2016
Note such a battery is unserviceable The Telegraph Cryptic 22 Feb 2016
Off-key, in a way The Washington Post 18 Feb 2016
Like much desert LA Times Daily 10 Feb 2016
Tire problem Universal 09 Feb 2016
Topographic description of Kansas The Washington Post 01 Feb 2016
Like a useless tire USA Today 31 Jan 2016
Penzance pad
Like a useless tire
Under the intended pitch
Like much desert
Like useless tires
Like a useless tire
Tire problem
Out of air, as a tire Newsday 29 Dec 2015
Musically off LA Times Daily 17 Dec 2015
Apartment; even The Times Concise 14 Dec 2015
Fixed, as a rate Universal 23 Nov 2015
Uninspired LA Times Daily 05 Nov 2015
Sharp's musical counterpart Wall Street Journal 12 Oct 2015
Sharp's counterpart Wall Street Journal 21 Sep 2015
Blubber about student accommodation The Telegraph Cryptic 15 Jul 2015
Apartment Universal 17 May 2015
Unshiny New York Times 17 May 2015
Apartment Eugene Sheffer 09 May 2015
Like some fees and feet New York Times 30 Apr 2015
Featureless accommodation The Telegraph Cryptic 24 Apr 2015
No longer bubbly Newsday 29 Mar 2015
Fixed, as a rate
Musically off
One way to fall
Like stale soda water
Out of air, as a tire
No longer bubbly
Sharp's counterpart
Sharp's musical counterpart
Like some fees and feet
Cause for a jack
With 24-Down, blowout result
Missing some sparkle
Like a pancake
Slightly under pitch
Apartment, in London
Like a pancake
Like the world, to the ancients
*London rental
Musical symbol
Bad condition for a tire
Deflated tire
Lacking flavor
No longer fizzy
Tire difficulty
Reason to retire?
Formerly fizzy
Apartment in London
Driver's headache
Exactly, to a timekeeper
Like unfizzy soda
Blowout result
Lacking fizz
Staff symbol
Blowout result
Lacking vitality
Like Florida's landscape
Short on pizazz
Driver's woe
Place to take 27-Down
London apartment
Road trip delayer
Needing to get keyed up?
In need of tuning
Place to take 27-Down
Sharp relative
Motorist's woe
Needs to get keyed up?
Sharp relative
In need of air, possibly
In need of tuning
Dull as dishwater
Like soda with no sparkle
London living quarters
Fizzless, as a Coke
Off-pitch, in a way
Driving problem
Needing a 1-Across
Driving problem
One way to be turned down
Out of fizz
Musical symbol
London apartment
Iron or foot preceder
Needing tuning, maybe
Needing a 1-Across
Digs in Derby
Ballet slipper, e.g.
Comfortable shoe
Off-key, in a way
Below the intended pitch
Like plains
Like plains
__ as a pancake
Bath rooms?
Driver's headache
What a 17-Across might get assistance with
Like old soda
Opposite of sharp
Lacking carbonation
Exactly, to a timekeeper
Pitched too low
Reason to pull over
Sharp's counterpart
Score mark
London quarters
Tire trouble
Sharp's opposite
Driver's headache
Lacking effervescence
Staff symbol
Showing no growth
Certain accidental
Key to the left
Place to stay in London
Tire trouble
Pitch lowerer
Key to the left
Black key, at times
Puncture consequence
Trip delayer
Like a pancake
Out of fizz
Lacking sparkle
Not having enough carbonation
Blowout result
Airless tire
Lacking fizz
Pitched too low
Out of tune
Lacking contrast
Musical symbol
Without fizz
Turnpike concern
Out of tune
Turnpike concern
No longer fizzy
Off-key, in a way
Lacking bubbles
Brit's apartment
Lacking pizazz
Note dropper
Note dropper
Lacking pizazz
Unqualified, as a denial
Staff symbol
Sharp opposite
Cyclist's problem
Fizzless, as a soft drink
Like some rates
Tire problem
Reason to pull over
Reason to pull over
Lacking fizz
Pitched too low
Apartment, to Brits
Musical symbol
Reason for a spare
Like Kansas
Liverpool pad
Sharp's counterpart
Comfortable shoe
London apartment
It makes a note lower
John Steinbeck's "Tortilla ___"
Lacking in depth
Heelless shoe
Shoe type
Blowout result
Like an inconvenient tire
Like a pancake
London digs
Off key
Motorist's headache
Driver's woe
Musical symbol
Staff symbol
One way to fall
Black key, alternately
Soho apartment
Shaped like a pancake
Lacking effervescence
Rental property
Like the world to pre-Columbians
Like earnings in some reports
Like the world, to the ancients
Bereft of carbonation
Like some taxes
Seedling container
Like stale cola
Woman's shoe
Punctured tire
Dorchester digs
British apartment
Two-dimensional, essentially
Tire trouble
Holding steady
Trip delayer
Opposited of sharp
Black key, maybe
Soho apartment
Not increasing, as earnings
Sharp's opposite
Pad off Hyde Park
Lacking fizz
Kind of iron
Dull and dreary
Iron or foot preceder
Word with car or fish
Like Kan.
Below the true pitch
London apartment
Tire problem
Horizontally level
Soho digs
Not fizzing
Soho pad
London domicile
Like the Great Plains
Like Texas
Harte's Poker ___
Motorist's "downer"
Tire gone bad
Like some feet
Motorist's dread
Motorist's headache
Londoner's abode
Soho residence
Living quarters in London
Adjective once misapplied to the Earth
Steinbeck's "Tortilla ___"
Piece of scenery
A or E, e.g.
"Tortilla ___"
Lacking flavor
Pad of sorts
Musical sign
Off pitch
Kind of tire or foot
Punctured tire
Kind of feet
Off key
___ broke
Driver's worry
Like Kansas
Like the pre-Columbus world
Like some sopranos
Like Kansas land
Gardener's box
Shoe or slipper.
Piece of scenery.
Off key.
At full length.
Living quarters.
Suite of rooms.
Place to live.
Musical term.
Musical notation.
Not rounded.
Motorist's plight.
Deflated tire.
Shallow box for seedlings.
Job for a trouble man.
Job for a garageman.
Dior's not-new look.
Sandbank under water.
Frenchman ___, Nevada.
A piece of scenery.
___ -top.
Word with screen or cap
Lacking fizz
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