flatness[ flat ]SEE DEFINITION OF flatness
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FLATNESS
Because your own is high enough, and flatness, you may be sure, will go best with height.
Beatrix had always been distressed by the flatness of her one-syllabled name.
He must have the freshness of Norfolk; nay, even the flatness of Norfolk.
They have a bold beauty, very pleasant after the flatness of the plain.
That flatness had made her sick, and so did this, in another way.
The flatness of surface is essential to the problem of bas-relief.
In different males this part is of various length and flatness.
This difference is not owing to a difference in their sharpness or flatness.
As to the low bed, it might have been a board, to judge by its flatness.
It is this alone that saves much of his humorous work from flatness.