flat-hat

flat-hat (flătʹhăt') intr.v. flat-·hat·ted, flat-·hat·ting, flat-·hats
To fly an airplane close to the ground and at a high or dangerous speed.

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  • flat-hat — intransitive verb Etymology: from an alleged incident in which a pedestrian s hat was crushed by a low flying plane Date: 1940 to fly low in an airplane in a reckless manner ; hedgehop • flat hatter noun …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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