You could flatten out a piece of iron with your little lady-like arms.
Flatten out the feet so that they will measure 31⁄2 × 21⁄4 ins.
For a moment the entire mass seemed to settle and flatten out.
They saw him flatten out, and, having removed his hat, peer cautiously over the rim.
Flatten out the three unwound strands of the waste end fingerwise (fig. 17).
The strange thing about this Titanic machine is that it can crack an egg, or flatten out a ton or more of glowing iron.
When the years began to pile up, I longed to stake off my horizons, to flatten out my views.
And there we hung about for another night and day waiting for the sea to flatten out.
You remember that up where the pull of the earth and the sun balance each other, water could not flow or flatten out.
Here it pours over a precipice in broken falls to flatten out in perfect texture in the even stretch below.